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Mexico and Canada Say Nafta Should Be Re-Negotiated Trilaterally

  • Foreign ministers present united front on Trump’s overhaul
  • U.S. president prefers to make bilateral deals on trade
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What Trump Gets Wrong About Nafta

The foreign ministers of Mexico and Canada presented a unified front ahead of potential trade talks with Donald Trump’s administration, stressing the North American Free Trade Agreement has benefited all three countries.

Mexico’s Luis Videgaray and Canada’s Chrystia Freeland said Nafta should be re-negotiated with all three nations seated at the table, rather than in bilateral discussions.