Global trade war: Renegotiating NAFTA

The administration of U.S. President Donald Trump reached deals with Mexico and Canada to revise the terms of trade between the three countries on September 30. The agreement, which replaces the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA), marked the most important deal yet for Trump as he pushes for more favorable trade terms for the United States. Reuters was ahead throughout � from the points of contention, to the breakthroughs in negotiations, to the agreement and the relationships that made it all happen. See how Reuters led the way in coverage.

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Type: The Big Picture
Regions: Americas