USMCA vs NAFTA: The Good & The Bad 

The USMCA enters into force July 1, 2020. (Collage of the flags of the United States, Mexico and Canada by Alex Covarrubias).

Richard Mojica, Miller & Chevalier; John Murphy, US Chamber of Commerce and Duncan Wood,  Wilson Center’s Mexico Institute. (Latinvex collage)

Trump’s new North American deal replaces successful NAFTA.


On July 1, the new United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement (USMCA) will enter into force, replacing the 26-year old North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA).

Despite that NAFTA was hugely successful at boosting trade between the United States, Mexico and Canada, US President Donald Trump forced a new deal after threatening to leave NAFTA. He repeatedly and erroneously claimed NAFTA was ...

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Keywords: Canada, Mexico, Miller & Chevalier, NAFTA, US Chamber of Commerce, USMCA, Wilson Center



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