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Former Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto, US President Donald Trump, and Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau at the ceremonial signing of the USMCA free trade agreement in November 2018.

Trump’s new Mexico tariffs threaten to derail a major trade agreement that took more than a year of bitter negotiation, and they’re even d...

President Donald Trump threatened 5% tariffs on Mexican goods in June that could increase to 25% to compel Mexico to stem migration into the US.
President Donald Trump and Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau at the G7 summit

Trump wants to rename NAFTA the USMC pact — yes, the same acronym as the US Marine Corps — but could drop the ‘C’ if Canada do...

President Donald Trump told a small group of supporters that he wants to rename NAFTA, the trilateral trade deal with Mexico and Canada, the USMC. But if Canada doesn't concede on dairy tariffs, the country may not be included.
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau (R) is greeted by U.S. President Donald Trump prior to holding talks at the White House in Washington, U.S., February 13, 2017.

Trump is moving forward on a trade deal with Mexico, cutting out Canada for now. Here’s what happens next.

President Donald Trump decided to move forward with a bilateral trade deal with Mexico, leaving Canada out of the deal for now. Trump must wait 90 days before signing the deal, leaving the door open for Canada to reenter the talks.
President Donald Trump

Lots of Trump’s allies think his new trade deal with Mexico is terrible for the US

President Donald Trump's trade agreement with Mexico is drawing criticism from a slew of places including business lobbying groups, free market think tanks, and Republican lawmakers.
US President Donald Trump speaks about a new trade deal with Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto via speakerphone

The US and Mexico just announced an agreement to overhaul NAFTA — here’s what’s in it

President Donald Trump announced a preliminary trade deal with Mexico on Monday that would impose stricter rules for the movement of cars, textiles, steel goods, and more. The deal would need to be reviewed by Congress before going into effect.