Trade deal to possibly replace NAFTA

The U.S., Mexico and Canada have come to an agreement on a trade deal that could possibly replace NAFTA. President Trump, the Mexican president and Canadian prime minister are expected to sign the United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement, or USMCA, deal by the end of November. The deal still needs the final approval by Congress as well. Marco Lopez, president and CEO of Intermestic Partners and Glenn Williamson, CEO and Founder of the Canada Arizona Business Council, give us their impressions of the new proposed trade deal.

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Marco Lopez, president and CEO of Intermestic Partners and Glenn Williamson, CEO and Founder of the Canada Arizona Business Council

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