Continued Trade Talks: U.S. Mexico Canada Trade Agreement
President Trump and Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau are making a push for the new trade deal to replace NAFTA.
The leaders met at the White House Thursday to discuss the new trade agreement between the U.S., Mexico and Canada.
The deal was signed last November by the three nations’ leaders.
It includes new provisions for labor, intellectual property and trade.
It also increases access to Canadian markets for U.S. dairy farmers.
Mexico became the first of the three nations to ratify the agreement on Wednesday.
President Trump wants Congress to approve it before the summer recess.
But house Democrats are calling for changes, including more labor and environmental protections and more strict enforcement.