Trade analyst says trilateral NAFTA works best


Trade analyst says trilateral NAFTA works best

A trade economist says a move to bilateral agreements between the three NAFTA countries would degrade the existing ecosystem that’s been benefiting the U.S., Canada, and Mexico for 20 years.

Earlier this month, White House economic adviser Larry Kudlow said President Trump is contemplating a shift in NAFTA negotiations, with a preference to negotiate with Canada and Mexico separately.

Speaking to Brownfield at a free trade luncheon in south-central Minnesota Wednesday, Tori Whiting with the Heritage Foundation says doing away with the current trilateral structure could have ramifications.

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