NAFTA's future uncertain as talks resume
As NAFTA talks resume in Mexico City today, opposition politicians there are pushing the country's government to take a hard line with the US.
President Donald Trump's level of support in Mexico is almost impossibly low, with a recent survey putting it at a mere five per cent.
The country's ruling party says it will leave the negotiating table if Trump follows through on threats to move toward ending NAFTA.
But one domestic critic says the Mexican government is ``too docile,'' and doesn't know how to defend the country's ``dignity and sovereignty.
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