The U.S., Mexico, Canada trade deal close to finished – Mexico Minister

OAN Newsroom
PM PST — Fri. Nov. 9, 2018

The new trade deal struck between the U.S., Canada, Mexico is closer to being finalized, according to Mexico’s Economy Minister.

Cabinet members from each country are expected to sign the replacement NAFTA deal at the end of the month.

This will likely take place at the G-20 meeting in Buenos Aires on November, 30th.

President Trump touted the deal back in September as a way to boost manufacturing jobs in the U.S. and to help dairy farmers break into the Canadian market.

It remains unclear if the President Trump, his Mexican counterpart, or Canada’s Prime Minister Justin Trudeau will attend the signing.

Source: One America News Feed

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