The United States, Canada and Mexico signed a trade deal championed by President Donald Trump to replace the quarter-century-old NAFTA pact, capping a year of negotiations and offering a glimmer of certainty amid rising global tensions over trade.
Canada agrees to sign the new United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement deal which replaces the North American Free Trade Agreement that was reached in August by the United States and Mexico. 2018-09-30 (Context: Canada, Mexico, North American Free Trade Agreement, United States, United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement)
The United States and Mexico reach common ground on key trade terms in the North American Free Trade Agreement. Canada has yet to sign off on the agreement. 2018-08-27 (Context: Canada, Mexico, North American Free Trade Agreement, United States)
United States tariffs of 25% on steel and 10% on aluminium imports from Canada, Mexico and the European Union are set to take effect at midnight. 2018-05-31 (Context: Canada, Mexico, United States)
Citing national security reasons, U.S. President Donald Trump imposes tariffs of 25% on steel and 10% on aluminum imported from most countries. Canada and Mexico are provisionally exempt pending NAFTA renegotiations. The tariffs will take effect on March 23. 2018-03-8 (Context: Canada, Mexico, North American Free Trade Agreement)
China surpassed the United States last year as the country with the most clean energy investment. China's clean energy investments were $34.6 billion, compared with U.S.A.'s $18.6 billion last year. The US still leads the world in installed renewable energy, with 52.2 gigawatts of wind energy, small hydroelectric, biomass and waste generating capacity, per a report by the nonprofit Pew Charitable Trusts, but has dropped below ten other countries, including Canada and Mexico in investments as a share of the national economy. 2010-03-26 (Context: Canada, Mexico, United States)