No Easy Compromise: Shutdown Could Last Two Weeks

Oct. 1 (Bloomberg) -- Bloomberg chief Washington correspondent Peter Cook reports on the next steps following the shutdown of the United States government as both sides remain far apart while the debt ceiling debate still hangs over Washington. He speaks on Bloomberg Television’s “Bloomberg Surveillance.”

What the U.S. Wants From a New Nafta
29:34 - From threatening to scrap the deal all together to triggering talks that could "tweak" Nafta, it's clear the U.S. is looking for a new deal. But what could it look like? And how will Canada and Mexico fare? Bloomberg's Rudyard Griffiths sits down with international business counsel for MAAW Law Mark Warner to discuss what could become of Nafta. (Source: Bloomberg)
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