The first round of negotiations between the US, Canada and Mexico begins this week on what President Donald Trump has called "the worst trade deal ever." He blames the 2-decades-old North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) for the loss of millions of manufacturing jobs in the US. Trump has vowed to scrap the agreement, unless the US gets a 'fair deal.' But trade experts warn that failure is not an option, especially when the stakes are so high. Mil Arcega reports.
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