Representatives from the United States, Canada and Mexico recently met to sign a new trade deal that will affect many woodworking companies and suppliers.
The three countries signed the United State-Mexico-Canada Agreement (USMCA) in Mexico City. The new agreement will replace the North American Free Trade Agreement that was introduced in 1994. President Trump has sought to replace NAFTA since he took office.
It was also a rare example of bipartisan cooperation in an increasingly divided Washington.