translated from Spanish: Canada will be incorporated into the NAFTA agreement with U.S.

Washington/Toronto-Canada will be incorporated into the new free trade agreement for North America (NAFTA) after reaching an agreement today with the Government of the United States to join the framework that Washington signed with Mexico last month. According to «The Washington Post», the Covenant implies to respect previously established format which allows that the three countries are covered in this agreement, will be signed by their leaders in a period of sixty days. 

The new NAFTA will be signed within 60 days. Photo: File / the DEBATE according to this, the US Congress would act to ratify the understanding in 2019.
the negotiations between U.S. and Mexico gave rise to a principle of Pact that Washington wanted to be signed by September 30, 60 days before Mexican President, Enrique Peña Nieto, ends its mandate something that seems to be finally fulfilled. 
According to the Canadian public broadcaster CBC, senior officials of your country confirmed that Ottawa and Washington had managed to file differences that had blocked the negotiations. Last Friday, the Mexican Minister of economy, Ildefonso Guajardo, had already advanced in within 48 hours it would know if Canada is integrated or not in the agreement already signed between his country and the United States. Considering how much this limit, the excitement grew when Canadian media reported that the Prime Minister of his country, Justin Trudeau, had convened a meeting of Cabinet, which ignited the alarms about the possible announcement of the agreement. NAFTA, in force since 1994 between Mexico, Canada and the USA, includes one billion dollars a year in trade between the three countries, but has been subjected to a process of renewal for months after the arrival to the White House from Donald Trump, who had qualified it for from Sastre. 
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