What Are The Chances That NAFTA Is Redone At All?
Renegotiating the North American Free Trade Agreement, or NAFTA, has been near the top of President Trump’s wish list since he was a candidate. He has asserted that it’s another example of the U.S. being on the losing end of a trade deal.
But tearing up a trade deal that’s been in effect for a couple of decades and replacing it isn’t something that happens overnight or even in a year. And what are the chances that NAFTA is redone at all?
To learn more, we spoke with Ronald Oleynik, who practices international trade regulation as a partner at the firm Holland & Knight.