Trade and investment between Canada, the United States and Mexico remains robust, supporting hundreds of billions of dollars in cross-border sales each year, as well as millions of jobs.

Canada is the U.S.’s number-one customer and trade between Canada and Mexico has grown seven-fold since NAFTA began. In fact, trade is so integrated between the three countries that changes would have significant impacts across the continent.

Join host Peter Hall, Vice-President and Chief Economist at EDC, along with Attorney Dan Ujczo, a cross-border business development director who specializes in Canada-U.S. matters, and Ambassador Andres Rozental, President Rozental & Asociados, and lifetime Eminent Ambassador of Mexico, for this interactive webinar as they explore why NAFTA is mutually beneficial for all three countries.

Register today and hear:

  • How NAFTA has made all three countries stronger
  • Canadian, American, and Mexican perspectives on the benefits of open trade
  • Which proposed changes could be beneficial, and what should be left alone
  • Resources, organizations and tips to help you succeed during negotiations