In January, President Donald Trump told Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau that the TPP would be “a disaster” for the U to enter.
The U.K. followed suit, telling Trump that the agreement would be a “disaster” for U.N. member states and would “destroy” the U., according to a report by The Associated Press.
But since the U.-Canada accord was signed in January, the U has been pushing for more liberal trade terms and less protectionism.
Trudeau has argued that the U-K.
will not enter the pact if the U doesn’t get more concessions.
That’s why, when Trudeau told Trump he would be voting for a NAFTA-like trade deal in the U Congress, he said that Trump “has been a champion of our global interests.”
And now Trump’s administration is making a push for the TPP.
U.C.K.’s NAFTA negotiations are also underway, according to Reuters.