Enrique Peña Nieto

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In Mexico, the USMCA means life goes on

With a new president, Mexico badly needed a trade deal with America, and it’s good that Canada is around—but the ’new NAFTA’ elicits a collective shrug, and seems to change little
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau Visit Mexico

What Mexico really wants from a free trade deal: respect

With a new powerhouse ambassador to the WTO and efforts to diversify trading partners, Mexico is preparing for life after NAFTA
Donald Trump

Donald Trump’s phone-call leaks are a threat to America

Opinion: If world leaders can’t trust America when they’re on the phone with the President, what are they supposed to do?
President Trump Holds Listening Session With County Sheriffs

Trump backs off threat to terminate NAFTA – for now

The White House had been telling U.S. media it was mulling a notice of withdrawal from NAFTA – sending shockwaves through markets
Enrique Pena Nieto Justin Trudeau

Canada shouldn’t throw Mexico under the bus to placate Donald Trump

Some pundits argue the best way to defend Canada’s interests is to ditch Mexico and go it alone on NAFTA 2.0 negotiations. That’s a shortsighted dead end.
President Trump Takes Phone Calls From Foreign Leaders In The Oval Office

Who will Donald Trump insult over the telephone next?

Scott Feschuk imagines the U.S. president’s first call with, let’s say, the prime minister of Greece
Justin Trudeau, Enrique Pena Nieto

Is now the time for Mexico and Canada to become the ’two amigos?’

Mexico’s ambassador to Canada Agustín García-López on the two countries’ relations, from lifting visas to ending a beef ban
Enrique Pena Nieto Justin Trudeau

Canada and Mexico talked NAFTA post-Trump

The other NAFTA partners reached out to one another before making overtures to the incoming President
U.S. presidential nominee Trump and Mexico’s President Pena Nieto shake hands in Mexico City

Trump is no longer Mexico’s most hated man. It’s Peña Nieto.

Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto was already historically unpopular in his country. One Trump trip later, he’s being openly reviled.
Mexico’s President Pena Nieto, Canada’s PM Trudeau and U.S. President Obama wave at the North American Leaders’ Summit in Ottawa

What the Three Amigos agreed on at the North American summit

What Enrique Peña Nieto, Justin Trudeau and Barack Obama said about the environment, trade and movement of citizens