Leading U.S. Trade Official Submits USMCA Ideas to Democrats
The deal must be ratified by the U.S., Canada and Mexico
On Wednesday, the Trump administration sent U.S. House of Representatives Democrats its latest proposals for addressing legislators’ concerns about the new U.S.-Mexico-Canada (USCMA) trade deal, lawmakers and congressional sources said.
Democrats are reviewing the proposals, a spokeswoman for the House Ways and Means Committee said, without providing any details.
The trade agreement, which leaders from the United States, Canada and Mexico signed in November, must be ratified by lawmakers in all three countries. Mexican lawmakers have already done so.
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