CCIA Welcomes Signing of U.S.-Mexico-Canada Trade Agreement

BY Heather Greenfield
November 30, 2018

Washington —  The Computer & Communications Industry Association congratulates the three countries on the signing of the U.S-Mexico-Canada Agreement this morning on the sidelines of the G20 Summit in Argentina.

The following can be attributed to CCIA President and CEO Ed Black:

“The renegotiation of NAFTA was a key opportunity to set the rules for a modern 21st Century trade agreement with our two strongest trading partners. We applaud the progress made in the new agreement’s strong digital trade chapter that will provide greater certainty for U.S. Internet and technology firms.”

For media inquiries please contact Heather Greenfield hgreenfield@ccianet.org

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