Trump's NAFTA revamp would require concessions, may borrow from TPP

Trucks wait in a queue for border customs control to cross into U.S. at the World Trade Bridge in Nuevo Laredo, MexicoBy David Lawder WASHINGTON (Reuters) – President-elect Donald Trump’s plan to renegotiate the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) to make it “a lot better” for U.S. workers would not be a one-way street for his administration, as Canada and Mexico prepare their own list of demands that could require difficult U.S. concessions. The 22-year-old NAFTA and other trade deals became lightning rods for voter anger in the U.S. industrial heartland states that swept Trump to power this month.

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