By Fox Business. Energy Secretary Dan Brouillette said Wednesday he expects the United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement to boost the American workforce by creating about 600,000 jobs.
“You’re going to see more jobs all across the economy, in the automobile sector, in the agricultural sector and of course in the energy sector as well,” Brouillette said in an interview with FOX Business’ Maria Bartiromo. “We’re looking at approximately 600,000 jobs being created by this deal.” (Read more from “United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement to Create 600,000 Jobs” HERE)
USCMA Signed Into Law, Considered Victory for Trump Administration
By Central Illinois Proud. On Wednesday, President Trump signed the United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement into law.
The deal will replace the 1994 NAFTA agreement and is considered a big win for the White House.
“Today we are finally ending the NAFTA nightmare,” Trump said.
The President invited 400 guests to the White House lawn as he signed the USMCA into law.
He said that this is the “fairest” and most “balanced” trade agreement ever achieved. (Read more from “USCMA Signed Into Law, Considered Victory for Trump Administration” HERE)