The so-called "new NAFTA" is mainly what Canada and Mexico agreed to in the Trans-Pacific Partnership agreement -- which Trump threw out after taking office.
He withdrew from the TPP three days after entering office.
Trump pulled out of the Trans-Pacific Partnership last year.
The president hasn't really done anything on trade.
“When the United States enters into a trading relationship with other countries or other peoples, we will from now on expect that our partners will faithfully follow the rules."
On his Asia trip, Trump is pitching the same trade benefits that were in the Trans-Pacific Partnership he professed to hate.
Parts of the scuttled Trans-Pacific Partnership will be a “starting point,” the commerce secretary said.
Rodrigo Zeidan, NYU Shanghai Free trade used to be a rallying cry for mainstream North American politicians. Back in the
Well, this is awkward.
Canadian markets being opened to Europe has taken on huge strategic importance now that a protectionist president is in power in the U.S.