[size=42]Mexico commends the administration's notification to Congress that it intends to sign a trade agreement with it[/size]
01:10 08/31/2018(Updated 01:10 01.09.2018)Copy the link
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The US administration's announcement to Congress that it intends to sign a trade agreement with Mexico represents progress in formalizing agreements reached in negotiations to renegotiate the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA), the Mexican economy ministry said on Friday.
"The notification sent by the United States represents a step forward in the formalization of understandings reached between Mexico and the United States with regard to the NAFTA Convention," the ministry said in a statement.
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The ministry also said Mexico would participate in the tripartite talks and would continue to urge Canada to remain a party to the revised NAFTA agreement, Reuters said.
US President Donald Trump has announced a new trade deal with Mexico , instead of the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA).
Since the resumption of talks last month, US and Mexican negotiators have focused on reaching a common understanding.
Bilateral discussions between Washington and Mexico on the NAFTA focused on drafting new rules for the auto industry, which was one of the main points the US president objected to.