MEXICO CITY: Mexican President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador on Tuesday (Apr 30) urged the United States to ratify the countries’ new trade agreement with Canada after Mexico passed labour reforms demanded by its partners. “Now it’s up to the United States government, to the US legislators, to …
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