Sam McElroy returns… As talks get underway for renegotiating NAFTA it now seems as though much of the rhetoric form the campaign has gone away and more modest changes are being looked at. Rather than getting rid of NAFTA all together, which would have major widespread implications, things being discussed should include tougher enforcement on regulations in Mexico and bringing new technology into the conversation that didn’t exist or was just emerging when NAFTA was created. I think this will be an important negotiation to watch. Many believed that this administration would be able to spur the U.S. economy, through dealing that should be “pro-business,” though there hasn’t been much actual development towards the improvement of businesses, however, this could be an opportunity to start making tangible steps towards that goal.
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