New US-Canada-Mexico trade deal: Is it different from NAFTA?
The US and Canada have reached a new trade deal, along with Mexico, to replace the current North American Free Trade Agreement otherwise known as NAFTA. The United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement gives the US greater access to Canada's dairy market and allows extra imports of Canadian-built cars. US President Donald Trump spoke earlier and reinforced his dislike for NAFTA. Mr Trump says the new deal is a lot more reciprocal. Guyon Espiner talks to Washington DC correspondent Daniel Ryntjes.