U.S., Canadian, and Mexican chambers of commerce urged NAFTA leaders on Jan. 22. to find common ground to renegotiate the massive free trade deal.
Just ahead of the sixth round of negotiations to update the North American Free Trade Agreement, metropolitan chambers of commerce stressed that free trade keeps them prosperous and creating jobs.
We “urge our respective governments to come to an agreement to an updated NAFTA, and to maintain it for the future economic success of all three nations,” the leaders of 25 metropolitan chambers of commerce said in a statement.
The chambers, which represent economic zones with a combined GDP of nearly $3.5 trillion, said they “share a common desire to maintain free trade between the United
From Industry Week