Canada-US deal without Mexico "possible"

Added On October 13, 2017

U.S. President Donald Trump says if talks to reform the North American Free Trade Agreement, or NAFTA fail, he could envisage a US-Canada trade pact, excluding Mexico.
Donald Trump made the comments during a meeting with visiting Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau.
Replying to a question, Trump said he would consider a trade pact with Canada minus Mexico, adding that both the U.S. and Canada wanted to protect their workers.
He also warned that if there was no deal on the NAFTA, it would be terminated.
The current round of talks on renegotiating the trade bloc is reported to be stalling, with Mexico opposing a U.S. move to increase the percentage of US-made components in car manufacturing.