Nafta update: Bilateral or trilateral?

On August 27, President Donald Trump announced that the U.S. and Mexico had reached an agreement in principle to modernize the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA). Later, on August 31, the Trump administration notified the U.S. Congress of its intent to sign a new trade deal with Mexico “and Canada, if it is willing,” in 90 days. But the question remains, will the deal be trilateral or bilateral? Learn more in this analysis by global strategy and commercial diplomacy firm Albright Stonebridge Group: (Click to open PDF) ASGAnalysisNafta

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