Mexico objects to language being used in USMCA labor enforcement policy

Mexico objects to language being used in USMCA labor enforcement policy

Top officials from Canada, Mexico and the USA on Tuesday signed an overhaul of the NAFTA trade agreement, aiming to improve enforcement of worker rights and hold down prices for biological drugs by eliminating a patent provision. But Mexico’s deputy foreign minister, Jesus Seade, sent a letter to the top US trade official expressing surprise and concern regarding the labor enforcement provision.

B. K.
B. K.
porcus
porcus 2 months

Hope the Democrats didn't screw this deal.

Edmond_Dantes
Edmond_Dantes 2 months

Fucking Dems can't help but fuck up everything they touch! Why did Trump let them fiddle with it! There were no problems coming from Mexico before they messed with things so it's damned obvious where the problem lies: The Traitors who currently control the House! If their egos refuse to allow us to prosper out of some misplaced hatred for us "Plebs" then they need to hang like the Traitors they are! I say Treason should be despised again, a crime deserving of death! They have raped our Constitution under the guise of defending it! And if there is any Justice left in this God-Forsaken world they will hang for it.

Herbie Goes Bananas
Herbie Goes Bananas 2 months

So the Dems get points for passing the legislation but it's not there fault if Mexico didn't like it. They dindu nuffin.

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