President Trump has signed the USMCA into law on January 29th 2020. Mexico ratified the agreement in June of 2019. The Canadian Parliament is scheduled to take up the measure sometime within the next 30-days. When it is finally ratified by all 3 countries, it will replace the NAFTA, which has been in effect for over 25 years. There are going to be some significant changes and they are detailed in this article.
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Trump Just Signed the U.S.M.C.A. Here’s What’s in the New NAFTA.