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The text of NAFTA 2.0, or the US Mexico Canada Agreement (USMCA) was released at the end of September. IATP has done a thorough analysis of what the new agreement means for farming and food. The upshot: While minor improvements have been made, major new detrimental provisions have also been added, and none of the structural issues that farmers in all three countries have been calling for have been adequately addressed. Click on the factsheets below to read the full analysis:


  • “New NAFTA” puts the brakes on farm policy reforms (English | español)
  • “New NAFTA” continues damaging climate legacy (English | español)
  • "New NAFTA" imposes hurdles to delay and weaken public protections (English | español)
  • Food safety and GMOs in the “New NAFTA” (English | español)
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