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Will Trump's NAFTA revamp reflect all that tough talk on trade deals? Not exactly

March 31, 2017, Los Angeles Times

John Veroneau is quoted by the Los Angeles Times in an article regarding the Trump Administration’s proposed changes to the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA). According to Veroneau, the draft hardly qualifies as “protectionist and the first shots of a trade war. People may take issue with different items in the letter, but there’s nothing alarmist or unconventional about it.”

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