On August 27, 2018, the U.S. and Mexico reached a tentative trade agreement which updates several chapters from the original NAFTA as well as new chapters addressing various industry sectors and small businesses. Meanwhile, negotiations with Canada continue.
The Chamber, along with business organizations across the country, continue to urge all parties to work towards a trilateral agreement. Anything other than a trilateral agreement would be a detriment to the local and national economy as supply chains would be disrupted and Congressional approval unlikely. Click here to read a new op-ed written by Chamber VP Paola Avila which ran in the Daily Transcript.