President Donald Trump signed one of the biggest trade agreements of his presidency Wednesday, the USMCA.
The trade agreement replaces NAFTA.
The United States—Mexico—Canada Agreement will expand market access for American dairy producers, aims to support auto manufacturing in North America and includes updates for digital trade and copy right rules.
“Today, we’re finally ending the NAFTA nightmare,” Trump said during Wednesday’s signing ceremony.
Iowa Senator Chuck Grassley says this is a big win for Iowans.
Former Iowa Speaker of the House Linda Upmeyer was in attendance Wednesday for the signing.
Mexico has ratified the deal, but Canada still needs to approve it.