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The USMCA trade agreement goes into effect today
President López Obrador will celebrate the new deal by visiting Trump next week
Jesús Seade has been nominated to lead the World Trade Organization
Seade was the official in charge of the renegotiation of NAFTA, a trade agreement between Mexico, Canada, and the U.S.
Mexico and the European Union finalize the negotiations over new trade agreement
After four years of negotiations, they have finally reached an agreement
The USMCA will enter into force on July 1
The new trade deal replaces the 1994 North American Free Trade Agreement
Mexico to welcome Central American immigrants after the Trump administration turned them away
Mexico won’t accept minors and elders, even though they are the most vulnerable sector
Canada’s Senate approves USMCA trade deal
After months of intense negotiations, Canada ratified the new North American trade agreement
President Donald Trump signs USMCA trade deal
The USMCA replaces NAFTA, a deal signed in 1994, which boosted the economy in the region
Chinese auto parts companies to strengthen their presence in Mexico
With the ratification of the USMCA, the arrival of new Chinese auto parts firms is expected to fulfill the new rule of origin for the production of vehicles on North America
Mexico embarks first banana exports to China
Mexico sent 39 tonnes of bananas from Tabasco and Chiapas to the Asian country
Mexican trade union suspends strike threat at Home Depot
Home Depot has about 6,200 workers under the union’s contracts out of a total of 16,000 Home Depot employees across 125 stores in Mexico