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Canadian Prime Minister, Justin Trudeau arrived on an official visit to Mexico to complete a tight two-day working agenda
During the visit, Mexico's President Enrique Peña Nieto and Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau will discuss issues related to competitiveness, entrepreneurship and innovation, trade, regional cooperation and ways to further strengthen Canada-Mexico ties
Mexico's Economy Minister, Ildefonso Guajardo, remarked that Mexico is head to head with its counterparts to move forward and to modernize, not to return to the past
NAFTA talks have begun and the U.S. Trade Representative said the agreement between his country, Mexico and Canada needs major improvements
The visit will be the first trip to Mexico since Canada's Prime Minister, Justin Trudeau, assumed office
Mexico also seeks to revamp customs processes and greater labor market integration
Mexicans can also take their families with them
Canada, US, and Mexico will form work teams to oversee drafting and revise current NAFTA chapters
The Mexico-Canada consortium obtained 6 of the 10 blocks offered
Deputy secretary Juan Carlos Baker made clear that Mexico will not accept a negotiation that seeks to establish tariffs or affects the chains of value that exist between both countries