How President Trump Could Potentially Change NAFTA

On the campaign trail, President Donald Trump vowed to renegotiate the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA), but in a new article in the Canadian newspaper The Globe and Mail, experts speculate that the Trump administration may look towards "small changes and side deals."

For Dr. Sharyn O Halloran of Columbia's School of Professional Studies, a trade expert who worked on NAFTA talks in the 90s, any extensive changes would require Congress' approval: "The provisions of the agreement would still be domestic statutes ... Particularly with this razor-thin majority, these are not easy things to do."

Read the article in full at The Globe and Mail.