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News  |  March 10, 2020

Trump signs USMCA, bringing NAFTA’s replacement closer to entry into force

The United States–Mexico–Canada Agreement (USMCA) has been ratified and signed into law in the United States, bringing the trade and investment deal one step closer to entry into force. Of the three countries involved, the only one that has not completed its ratification processes is Canada.

ITN  |  August 8, 2008

News: An update on the ACP-EU Economic Partnership Agreements

By Suzy H. Nikièma and Damon Vis-Dunbar 8 August 2008 Over the last six years the European Commission and 77 African, Caribbean, Pacific (ACP) countries have been negotiating free trade agreements, which they call Economic Partnership Agreements (EPAs).  The EPAs are intended to end the non-reciprocal trade preferences given to Europe’s former colonies which are […]