During a visit to Mexico, US President Joe Biden and Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau will discuss the terms of the United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement (USMCA), which was ratified in 2018.

“We’ll have a summit to discuss terms of the trade agreement treaty… in Mexico,” Lopez Obrador said during a routine press conference.

In an interview published Monday in the national daily El Universal, Mexican Economy Minister Tatiana Clouthier stated that the US is “distorting” the USMCA by bringing labor complaints against Mexico, which is revising its labor regulations.

When questioned about the economics minister’s remarks on Monday, Lopez Obrador stated, “there’s no problem”

In June, the foreign ministries of the three nations confirmed a December trilateral conference between the leaders in Mexico. more info

Lopez Obrador stated on Monday that the meeting will take place in November, but a spokeswoman for the US Embassy in Mexico told Reuters that the president was most likely referring to the December summit and that there was “nothing… on the radar” for November.

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