After a long year of negotiations, the United States and Mexico may have settled on some provisions for an updated NAFTA.
But, in order to be a “North American Free Trade Agreement,” Canada needs to be a part of it – despite U.S. President Trump’s threats to dump Ottawa.
CGTN’s Jessica Stone reports.
For a deeper conversation on this issue:
- Earl Anthony Wayne is the former U.S. Ambassador to Mexico and a Public Policy Fellow at the Wilson Center.
- Manuel Suarez-Mier is a Latin America economic consultant.
- Carlo Dade is the director of the Trade & Investment Centre at the Canada West Foundation.
- Heather Long is the Economics correspondent for The Washington Post.
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