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Above the Fold Modernizing NAFTA

Canadian, American and Mexican flags stand on stage ahead of the first round of North American Free Trade Agreement negotiations in Washington, D.C.
The administration’s approach to trade is bringing other nations together in new trade deals — without the U.S.
John G. Murphy
An F150 truck on the production line at Ford Motor Company's Dearborn Truck Assembly plant.
The Trump administration's proposal would lead to lower U.S. content in our manufactured goods.
John G. Murphy
Golden sunset over the water.
It’s hard to imagine a proposal that would do more to create uncertainty and undermine the business confidence.
John G. Murphy
U.S. Chamber President and CEO Tom Donohue speaks to AmCham Mexico.
Abandoning the trade agreement is a threat to the continent’s national and economic security.
Sean Hackbarth
North America Connected

A region-wide commitment in support of the innovative and creative sectors will benefit all three economies.

Patrick Kilbride
U.S. Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer speaks during a news conference Wednesday at the start of NAFTA renegotiations in Washington. | Jacquelyn Martin/AP

Jodi Hanson Bond
Workers load a segment of drilling equipment onto a truck at Ellicott Dredges.
Many small businesses across the country have benefited – and continue to benefit – greatly from NAFTA.
J.D. Harrison
U.S. President Donald Trump shakes hands with Justin Trudeau, Canada's prime minister. Photographer: Andrew Harrer/Bloomberg

Twenty-five years ago this week, negotiations for the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) were concluded.

John G. Murphy