August 28 - Yesterday, President Trump announced significant revisions to NAFTA in a bilateral agreement with Mexico, leaving Canada out. What's changed and what's going to happen to Canadian trade and manufacturing?
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Is NAFTA changing? Trump's new agreement with Mexico and what it means for Canadian trade and manufacturing
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