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US, Canadian manufacturers support trilateral agreement

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Sep '18
US, Canadian manufacturers support trilateral agreement
US and Canadian manufacturers firmly support moving forward at full speed to seize the opportunity to forge a new trade deal between the United States, Canada and Mexico, the US National Association of Manufacturers (NAM) president Jay Timmons and Canadian Manufacturers and Exporters (CME) president Dennis Darby said in a joint statement.

"There is an unprecedented volume of goods flowing between the three countries and significant integration of operations, which makes a trilateral agreement an imperative. Such an agreement secures the jobs of our manufacturing workers and strengthens the critical US-Canada trading relationship,” the statement said.

“We must also stand together with our regional allies to ensure competitors like China do not reap the rewards of unfair anti-market trade practices. Because of our two countries' nearly $700 billion trading relationship, our economies are inextricably linked, and our manufacturing workers depend on a strong deal that keeps us all growing and prospering for generations to come," it added. (DS)

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