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More than six months after the U.S., Mexico and Canada agreed to the USMCA, the chances of the three countries ratifying the deal look to be receding as elections in Canada and the U.S. inch closer. “The USMCA is in trouble,” said Andres Rozental, a former Mexican deputy foreign minister. While Rozental believes the deal will eventually be approved, opposition from U.S. Democrats and the October election in Canada make passage in the next few months unlikely. (St. Louis Post-Dispatch)

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