Mexico looks to Europe and beyond for free-trade allies as Nafta falters
With President Trump threatening to tear up North America’s 23-year-old free-trade agreement, Mexican officials are in Brussels this week trying to upgrade a deal with Europe to soften the hit.
Mexico is not the only U.S. ally forced to look for new friends. Since Washington shrugged off its role as globalization’s biggest cheerleader, Japan has worked out an agreement with the European Union that is awaiting a final green light.
Source: Washington Post