The flags of the United States, Canada, and Mexico flying in New Orleans where leaders of the North American Free Trade Agreement met. Mexico, the United States and Canada began a second round of talks in early September on re-negotiating the pact.
The flags of the United States, Canada, and Mexico flying in New Orleans where leaders of the North American Free Trade Agreement met. Mexico, the United States and Canada began a second round of talks in early September on re-negotiating the pact. Judi Bottoni AP
The flags of the United States, Canada, and Mexico flying in New Orleans where leaders of the North American Free Trade Agreement met. Mexico, the United States and Canada began a second round of talks in early September on re-negotiating the pact. Judi Bottoni AP

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