Trump can replace NAFTA bilateral agreements

The U.S. President thinks is right individually to negotiate with Canada and Mexico

The US President Donald trump said that he prefers to do away with NAFTA – North American free trade agreement.

The United States are negotiating to revise the terms of the agreement with the other members of this trading bloc with Canada and Mexico.

Trump made it clear he believes the right to replace NAFTA two bilateral agreements with neighbouring States.

Trump explained that he considered this a reasonable option, because Canada and Mexico are quite different from each other.

Agreement NAFTA entered into force in 1994, its main objective was trade liberalization between the three countries.

Donald trump repeatedly has been critical of NAFTA.