The North American Free Trade Agreement (Nafta), in place for almost a quarter of a century, is going to be renegotiated, or abandoned. That much seems clear from Donald Trump’s first weeks as US president, which he has used to achieve a radical deterioration in bilateral relations with Mexico by committing his administration to building a border wall, deporting undocumented Mexican workers, and renegotiating trading arrangements. 

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