Move-border candy talk may just save NAFTA.
Government officials and trade teams in Canada and Mexico desire US governors and mayors can thwart President Trump’s vow to unravel the unfastened-industry pact.
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau instructed the National Governors Association assembly in Rhode Island on Friday that “NAFTA isn’t best” — but need to be “up to date and modernized” — no longer tossed.
Mexico Town Mayor Miguel Ángel Mancera also attended the assembly.
the united states, Canada and Mexico will start renegotiating the pact in August.