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Upgrading TPP May Be Part Of U.S. NAFTA Revamp
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15 Jul 2017 01:48 AM EST

United States officials and trade experts said some provisions of the Trans-Pacific Partnership President Donald Trump quit as part of his pledge to protect American workers from "bad trade deals," may still shape a revised NAFTA trade pact. Trump threatened to ditch the 1994 North American Free Trade Agreement too, but eventually decided to renegotiate the pact in talks with Mexico and Canada due to begin in mid-August. Thus far, the Trump administration offered few specifics, other than expressing desire to modernize the pact to account for digital trade.

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