Tag Archives: NAFTA

Stay At The USMCA

Congressional approval still awaits as President touts ‘historic’ deal Updating a previous item, the United States, Mexico, and Canada inked a three-way agreement on North American trade on Monday. Colloquially being referred to as “the New NAFTA” by news outlets around the world, the agreement will officially be called the United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement (USMCA). First, […]

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Mexico in? Canada out? U.S. satisfied? Wait a second… Updating an item from last week’s Direct & Current e-newsletter, the United States government reached a preliminary agreement with Mexico this week to revise and reform a proverbial reboot the North American Free Trade Agreement, which at the moment may exclude Canada. The results, according to […]

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NAFTA Thoughts

“Handshake” announcement possible Thursday NAFTA has been a swinging door greased with controversy during the Trump administration. According to multiple sources, an important breakthrough with the trade agreement could be announced Thursday. However, those reports—many of which were released from Monday to Wednesday of this week—have since been countered with additional rumors predicting the contrary. […]

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