Nafta's future is uncertain

Author: | Published: 24 Aug 2017

President Trump will renegotiate the agreement with Canada and Mexico rather than withdraw from it. But it remains to be seen if all parties will agree on the best way forward

The North American Free Trade Agreement (Nafta) renegotiations are expected to take place over the next few months, in roughly six to nine rounds of meetings with gaps of no more than three weeks in between, to meet the aggressive timetable set primarily by the US and Mexico. The big question for many is this: can Nafta be renegotiated successfully to the satisfaction of all parties in such a short timeframe?...



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