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Three Amigos Push Togetherness in Face of Anti-Globalizaton

Mexican President Enrique Pen–a Nieto (L), Canada's Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, and President of the United States Barack Obama arrive to the North American Leaders' Summit at the National Gallery of Canada in Ottawa on June 29, 2016. (Blair Gable)
Mexican President Enrique Pen–a Nieto (L), Canada's Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, and President of the United States Barack Obama arrive to the North American Leaders' Summit at the National Gallery of Canada in Ottawa on June 29, 2016. (Blair Gable)

OTTAWA—In the face of rising anti-globalization, the leaders of Canada, Mexico, and the United States firmly stated that the best way forward is together. In...




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