The United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement, or USMCA, replaces the current NAFTA agreement that governs trade in North America. The trade agreement has been negotiated by the governments of The United States, Mexico and Canada.
The trade agreement will have a big impact on many parts of the economy. There will be winners and losers.
USMCA.com was created to make it easy to search the agreement and comment on different aspects of it. To get started, select a section below.
Sections of the USMCA
1: Initial Provisions and General Definitions
2: National Treatment and Market Access for Goods
7: Customs and Trade Facilitation
8: Recognition of Mexico's Right to Hydrocarbons
9: Sanitary and Phytosanitary Measures
10: Trade Remedies
11: Technical Barriers to Trade
12: Sectoral Annexes
15: Cross-Border Trade in Services
16: Temporary Entry
19: Digital Trade
20: Intellectual Property Analysis: Copyright
25: Small and Medium-Sized Businesses
29: Publication and Administration
30: Administration and Institutional Provisions
32: Exceptions and General Provisions
33: Macroeconomic Policies and Exchange Rate Matters Analysis: Currency manipulation
34: Final Provisions
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