Trump Signs New Trade Pact With Mexico, Canada

Headline Roundup November 30th, 2018

President Trump and leaders from Mexico and Canada signed a new trade deal to replace NAFTA after the Trump administration's recent tariffs prompted negotiations between the three countries. The pact may face a struggle in Congress, as some Democratic leaders have vowed to oppose it on the grounds that it does not do enough to protect the American worker.

Trump Signs New Trade Pact With Mexico, Canada

From the Left
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The Friday signing of the new North American trade deal featured ceremony but not much celebration — at least from the Canadians.

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From the Right
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President Trump, his Mexican counterpart Enrique Pena Nieto and Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau have officially signed the replacement to NAFTA, in the wake of the Trump

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From the Center
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US President Donald Trump and leaders from Canada and Mexico have signed the successor to the North American Free Trade Agreement (Nafta).

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