News Wrap: U.S., Mexico reach tentative agreement on trade
Clip: 08/27/2018 | 5m | Video has closed captioning.
In our news wrap Monday, the U.S. and Mexico reached tentative agreement on a trade deal to replace NAFTA. Next, the administration will negotiate with Canada, whose foreign ministry said it’s “encouraged” by the progress to date. Meanwhile, Iran argued in front of the International Court of Justice today that economics sanctions imposed by the U.S. violate a 1955 treaty and should be suspended.
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