The North-America Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) hangs in the balance following acrimonious negotiations, including leaks of unflattering comments from US President Donald Trump about his Canadian counterparts.
“Many Canadians feel as though Mexico has turned its back on them,” said Duncan Wood, director of the Mexico Institute.
This wedge between two key allies could come back to hurt the United States.
The North-America Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) hangs in the balance following acrimonious negotiations.
President Trump seems bent on wrecking the trade agreement despite Mexico and Canada’s best efforts to salvage it. His dismissive remarks toward his Canadian counterparts were leaked to the Toronto Star, making it even harder for Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and his chief trade negotiator, foreign minister Chrystia Freeland, to find common ground with the United States.See the rest of the story at Business Insider
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