┬áLeaders of the United States, Canada and Mexico will meet for the first time in five years on Thursday to promote economic integration, but tensions over the auto industry, ‘Buy American’ policies and a Mexican energy bill could weigh on talks. President Joe Biden has revived the so-called Three Amigos summit – to be held at the White House on Thursday afternoon for the first time since 2016, after it was ditched by former President Donald Trump. Bilateral meetings will be held earlier in the day. The meeting aims to further joint economic cooperation, but both Canada and Mexico are worried about Biden’s ‘Buy American’ provisions and a proposed electric vehicle tax credit that would favor unionized, U.S.-based manufacturers. The United States […]