Trucks lined up to cross to the United States from Mexico on January 25, 2017, on the outskirts Tijuana.Guillermo Arias/Agence France-Presse — Getty Images
Last week, President Trump made good
on his promise to oppose the Trans-Pacific Partnership, formally abandoning
the 12-nation trade agreement. During his campaign, he also ran against the North American Free Trade Agreement (Nafta) between the U.S., Mexico and Canada, calling it the “worst trade deal ever.”
Pulling out of the 25-year-old trade agreement would be an arduous process and risky for the U.S., but experts say there is room to renegotiate the terms of the deal.
If the Trump administration is going to renegotiate Nafta, what should and shouldn’t be on the table?Read the Discussion »