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The US has reached a trade agreement with Mexicothat would pave the way for overhauling the NorthAmerican Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA), USPresident Donald Trump announced last Monday.
"We're going to call it the US-Mexico tradeagreement," Trump said at an event in the OvalOffice with outgoing Mexican President Enrique PenaNieto joining by phone call.
"We'll get rid of the name NAFTA. It has a bad connotation because the US was hurt very badlyby NAFTA for many years," he said.
Pena Nieto insisted during the phone call that Canada also should be included in a final deal.
"It is our wish, Mr. President, that now Canada will also be able to be incorporated in all this. And I assume that they are going to carry out negotiations on the sensitive bilateral issuesbetween Canada and the United States," he said through a translator.
Trump said he would speak with Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau in a little while andhoped to resume negotiations with Canada soon.
"One way or another we'll have a deal with Canada. It'll either be a tariff on cars or it'll be anegotiated deal," he said. "Frankly, a tariff on cars is a much easier way to go. But perhaps theother would be much better for Canada."