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The USMCA is a Bad Trade Deal, But It's Not All Bad

As the newly-negotiated trade agreement between the United States, Mexico, and Canada (USMCA) came to light, pundits and politicians rushed to process what the re-negotiation of the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) meant for global trade. The best, most level-headed take likely came from Rep. Justin Amash (R-Mich.), who said via Twitter that the agreement is “marginally better in some ways and materially worse in some ways.”

10/09/2018
"Si, Se Puede" President Obama
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"Si, Se Puede" President Obama

"Si, Se Puede" President ObamaMany Republicans and Democrats cannot figure out exactly why President Obama is absent on the Colombia Free Trade Agreement.  President Obama obviously believes that free trade is valuable and recently applauded himself when he returned from South Korea with a signed FTA in his hand.  So why isn’t Colombia, one of our only democratic allies in South America “worthy” of a similar agreement?GOP Senate Leader Senator Mitch McConnell can’t figure this out either and recently published on Oped in the Miami Heral

03/18/2011