What USMCA trade deal could mean for U.S. auto industry
Clip: 12/10/2019 | 7m 14s
After months of discussion, congressional Democrats have struck a deal with the Trump administration over trade with Mexico and Canada. If passed by Congress, the USMCA will be the United States’ largest single trade agreement, with trillions of dollars in goods flowing both ways. Amna Nawaz reports and talks to The Wilson Center’s Christopher Wilson about what changed from NAFTA--and what didn’t.
Aired: 12/10/19Video has closed captioning.
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