Trump’s new trade deal
US President Donald Trump, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto have signed a new US-Mexico-Canada Agreement in Buenos Aires.
The trio, often at loggerheads on trade, used the G-20 Summit to resolve the trade dispute with America’s closest neighbours.
Mr Trump spent more than a year pushing the leaders of Canada and Mexico into agreeing to a rewrite of North American trade rules. “This has been a battle, and battles sometimes make great friendships,” Mr Trump said at the signing ceremony.