A new trade deal for North America

Congressman Daniel Webster

On Friday, President Trump announced that he, along with Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto and Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, officially signed the U.S.-Mexico-Canada Agreement at the G-20 Summit in Argentina. This new trade deal builds on the decades-old NAFTA and is more-suited for the 21st Century. It provides Americans with the same economic prosperity achieved under NAFTA, but tackles many of the issues NAFTA did not, such as unbalanced trade deficits, lack of protection for technology, limited access to protected Canadian markets, low wage competition, and others. I applaud President Trump for his steadfast effort to fight for American workers and negotiate agreements that benefit Americans at home and on the world stage.

President Trump signs off on a new trade deal with the leaders of Mexico and Canada.

Constituent Corner
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Congressman Daniel Webster represents The Villages in the U.S. House of Representatives.