The U.S.-Mexico Trade Deal: Is this the end of NAFTA? by The Wilson Center published on 2018-08-28T19:08:08Z Yesterday, after more than a year of negotiations, the United States and Mexico announced a trade deal that resolves several contested bilateral issues. However, this tentative deal does not include Canada, who will join in negotiations this week. The deal has implications for jobs, manufacturing, and competitiveness across the continent. What does the U.S.-Mexico deal mean for North American trade? What is the likelihood that the three countries will reach a trilateral trade agreement? What impact will this have on U.S.-Mexico relations? In this Ground Truth Briefing, senior Wilson Center experts discuss the implications of the U.S.-Mexico Trade Deal and what the next steps entail.