US, Mexico Tentatively Agree To New Trade Deal With Mexico

By  //  August 27, 2018

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President Trump: A big deal looking good with Mexico

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(FOX NEWS) – The United States and Mexico have tentatively agreed to a new deal on the North American Free Trade Agreement, with an announcement possibly coming Monday, Fox News has learned.

President Trump teased a deal in a tweet, saying “A big deal looking good with Mexico!”

The two countries have been working to resolve key differences on issues ranging from automobiles to energy. Over the weekend, the president said there could be a “big Trade Agreement” soon.

“Our relationship with Mexico is getting closer by the hour,” Trump tweeted Saturday. “Some really good people within both the new and old government, and all working closely together….A big Trade Agreement with Mexico could be happening soon!”

Despite Trump’s oftentimes contentious relationship with Mexico, his administration and that of outgoing Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto have been working for the past five weeks to iron out their bilateral differences so Canada can rejoin the talks to update NAFTA. Both countries want to finalize an agreement this month so that it can be signed ahead of Mexican President-elect Andrés Manuel López Obrador’s inauguration in December.

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