Most indexes in Asia closed mixed as investors digested Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen's overnight speech.
"We don't want to unnecessarily irritate the Senate," Wilbur Ross tells CNBC.
Tearing up NAFTA "makes no sense whatsoever," U.S. Hispanic Chamber of Commerce chief Javier Palomarez tells CNBC.
Robert Holleyman, former deputy U.S. trade representative, provides insight to the Trump's administration's plans for renegotiating the North American Free Trade Agreement.
The relationship between the U.S. and China was already getting less friendly, even before Pyongyang launched an ICBM.
Greg Scheu, President of the Americas at ABB, discusses jobs in the United States with his manufacturing plant for robots at SelectUSA Investment Summit.
Wilbur Ross, Commerce secretary, says the Trump administration is trying to have an overall constructive conversation with China, the most of which is North Korea.
Bill Daley tells CNBC that Trump's changes to NAFTA are likely to be minor.
Goldman Sachs is bullish on aluminum prices as it expects the Chinese government to implement supply side reforms in the months ahead.
"By the time it's over softwood lumber, automotive parts, milk would all need to be renegotiated," O'Leary tells CNBC.