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US, Canada and Mexico commit to prohibit import of forced labor produced goods

Trade ministers from the US, Canada and Mexico held “robust” talks on the new U.S.-Mexico-Canada trade agreement, which took effect last July. In a joint statement, they said, “the USMCA commits us to a robust and inclusive North American economy that serves as a model globally for competitiveness, while prioritizing the interests of workers and underserved communities.”

Additionally, the statement noted, “the United States, Mexico, and Canada discussed our shared obligation to ensure the Agreement’s prohibition of the importation of goods produced by forced labor and recommitted to working closely to promote a fair, rules-based international trading system where products made with forced labor do not enter the trading system.”

Full statement here.

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