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Trump Is Nearing A Win With Trade Deal

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Trump Is Nearing A Win With Trade Deal

Trump Is Nearing A Win With Trade Deal

NAFTA is getting closer to being replaced as the US, Canada, and Mexico are moving closer to finalizing a trade deal.

Business Insider reports rewriting the agreement was one of President Donald Trump's key campaign promises, but independent experts have found the overhaul doesn't differ significantly from trade policies that have governed the region for 25 years.

In April, the International Trade Commission found that USMCA would have a positive but modest effect on the US economy.

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