August 27, 2018, 1:20 pm by Justin King Trump administration negotiators will now turn their attention to Canada. President Donald Trump has announced a surprise plan to establish a bilateral trade agreement with Mexico.Negotiators from the US and Mexico have apparently made progress toward a new trade pact that could serve as a replacement for the North American Free Trade Agreement.”We’re going to call it the United States – Mexico Trade Agreement,” Trump said in a statement.The president plans to restart negotiations with Canada in the near future. The wording of his announcement appears to be a threat that Canada will be left out, however, if both sides cannot come to an agreement.”Mexico and the United States have reached a commercial understanding,” Mexico President Enrique Nieto wrote on Twitter. “We wish the reincorporation of Canada to the talks to achieve a successful trilateral negotiation of the NAFTA this week.”
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