House Speaker Paul Ryan has put a time limit on the NAFTA negotiations. To give the current Congress enough time to approve the trade deal before the end of the year, Ryan says the deadline is May 17. There are lengthy notification periods before President Trump could sign the North American Free Trade Agreement and bring it to Congress for ratification. Trade officials from the U.S., Canada and Mexico have been meeting this past week to work on NAFTA.
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