One
of the first promises Trump promised to address was to blow up the NAFTA. Many
saw this as a big mistake and it worried all countries involved in the pact.
Seeking a new resolution, President Trump and leaders from Mexico and Canada
signed into act the United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement. With intentions to
benefit all parties involved, the agreement seeks to help strengthen the North
American economy.

One
of the major points of the agreement is to protect US intellectual property.
This has been a goal of the Trump Administration, as this is also one of the
resolutions sought after in the US-China Trade War. Leaders also discussed fair
price regulation. While it has been signed, Canadian Prime Minister Justin
Trudeau has not formally ratified it. Since the signing of the agreement,
President Trump has threatened to withdraw from the NAFTA, leaving open
speculation on whether a true agreement will be finalized any time soon.