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    Washington and Ottawa adopt revised version of NAFTA trade agreement

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    The United States and Canada announced their agreement last night on a new revised document that would replace the North American Free Trade Agreement known as NAFTA.
    In a joint statement, the two countries indicated that the new agreement would be called the United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement.
    Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau welcomed the agreement, telling reporters: "This is a good day for Canada."
    The Washington Post quoted two informed sources that the leaders of the United States, Canada and Mexico would sign the revised new agreement by December, keeping the agreement a trilateral formula.
    US President Donald Trump has called for a comprehensive amnesty for the 25-year-old pact, a "disaster" for the United States.
    "The Canadians are tough negotiators, and we should be (...) we will not sign a bad deal for Canada," Trump said on Wednesday, referring to Canada.

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    Washington and Ottawa adopt revised version of NAFTA trade agreement Empty Yosemka" is a trade agreement between the United States, Canada and Mexico

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    The United States, Canada and Mexico have reached a tripartite trade agreement called "Yosemka".

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    Moscow - Sputnik . "Canada and the United States today reached an agreement with Mexico for an improved new trade agreement in the 21st century: the United States and Mexico agreement," said Canadian Foreign Minister Christie Freeland and US Trade Representative Robert Lighthazyer. Canada and "Yosemka" (North American House).

    We will give our workers and farmers and companies a high-standard trade agreement that will lead to more free markets, more equitable trade, more sustainable economic growth in our region, the middle class will be strengthened, good jobs, good wages, new opportunities About half a billion people.
    Earlier, the Washington Post reported that the agreements reached by the United States and Canada on Sunday would preserve the North American Free Trade Area (NAFTA) as a tripartite trade agreement and would be signed by the leaders of the three countries. Within two months.
    Earlier, the United States had reached a separate agreement with Mexico and threatened to make do with a bilateral treaty with Mexico City if Ottawa did not agree to US conditions.
    Trump told Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau in June that the United States would only agree to a "fair deal" in the NAFTA negotiations, otherwise "there would be no deal."
    Since June, Washington has imposed additional tariffs on steel and aluminum from the European Union, Canada and Mexico.
    Washington, Mexico City and Ottawa signed the NAFTA agreement, which went into effect in 1994.


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    Canada and America reach agreement to save NAFTA


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    The United States and Canada signed a last-minute deal to salvage the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) as a tripartite agreement with Mexico, taking into account a $ 1.2 trillion free trade zone that was about to collapse after nearly 25 years.
    US President Donald Trump's main aim to restructure NAFTA was to reduce his country's trade deficit, a goal he also sought with China by charging hundreds of billions of dollars in customs duties on goods from China.
    While the agreement between the United States, Canada and Mexico avoids the imposition of customs duties, it will increase global car manufacturers' difficulty in manufacturing cheap cars in Mexico. The agreement also aims to create more jobs in the United States.
    A source familiar with the decision said Trump had agreed to the agreement with Canada. A senior US official said US officials planned to sign the deal with Canada and Mexico at the end of November before being brought to Congress for approval.
    The agreement will keep a dispute resolution mechanism that Canada has strived to preserve to protect Canada's timber sector and other sectors from US anti-dumping duties, according to Canadian sources.
    Canada has agreed to allow dairy farmers in the United States access to about 3.5 percent of the Canadian domestic dairy market with an annual investment of about $ 16 billion.
    Although Canadian sources said the government was ready to make reparations, the dairy producers' reaction was angry.
    The agreement also requires a higher proportion of car components than North American regions and a minimum wage of $ 16 per hour, which is intended to divert jobs from Mexico.
    Canada and Mexico agreed to a 2.6 million-passenger car export to the United States if Trump imposed a 25 percent tariff on cars on national security grounds.
    But the agreement did not put a solution to US tariffs on Canada's steel and aluminum exports.


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