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Mexico is opening the door to compromise on the key NAFTA issue of auto manufacturing, though it's unclear if the flexibility is enough to reach a deal with the U.

S. and Canada, according to four people familiar with the talks.

In talks in Washington on Monday and Tuesday, Mexico for the first time indicated a specific level to which it's willing to raise North American automotive content -- 70 percent, according to the people, who asked not to be identified discussing private negotiations.



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Mexico Blinks Leaving Opening To Compromise In NAFTA Negotiations

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