NAFTAball, full name North American Free Trade Agreementball (now USMCAball, full name United States-Mexico-Canada Agreementball), is an agreement signed by Canada-icon.png CanadaballMexico-icon.png Mexicoball, and USA-icon.png USAball, creating a trilateral trade bloc in North America. Most economic analyses indicate that NAFTA-icon.png NAFTAball has been beneficial to the North American economies and the average citizen.

On October 1st, 2018, NAFTA-icon.png NAFTA was replaced by the United States Mexico Canada Agreement (USMCA)[1].  The three countries have all signed the new deal, but it still needs to be ratified by all three governments. It’s unclear what the US Congress will do, but they won’t consider the USMCA until 2019[2].




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