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. we are a bigger customer than china by roughly $152 billion, bigger than japan and the u.k. no one else comes close. canada buys more from the u.s. than china, japan and u.k. combined. we are polite in our relentlessness. and sharing that message. beginning in my regular dialogue of president trump and fanning out from there, and let me tell you why. this is the most successful economic partnership in the history of the world. it's worth about a trillion dollars each year and most importantly, it's well balanced. more broadly, the north american free trade zone is the biggest economic zone in the worldcom prizing $19 trillion regional market of 470 million customers. the united states, canada and mexico and canada account for more than a quarter of the world's g.d.p. since the trilateral agreement went into 1994, u.s. trade with the partners has tripled. that accounts for millions of middle-class jobs for canadians and americans. free trade has worked. it's working now. and those ties have grown well beyond direct trade. canadians pay more than $500 million annually in property tax
biggest, best customer by far. >> we are a bigger customer than china by roughly $152 billion. bigger than japan or the uk, no one else even comes close. in fact, canada buys more from the us than china, japan and the uk combined. we've been consistent this year, some might say relentless. >> but we are polite in our relentlessness because we are canadian. in sharing the message to getting at my regular dialogues of president from and fanning out from there. let me tell you why. this is the most successful economic partnership in the history of the world. it's worth about $1 trillion each year , most importantly, well balanced. more broadly, the north american free-trade zone is the biggest economic zone in the world, comprising a $19 trillion regional market, 470 million customers. >> united states, canada and mexico together now account for more than a quarter of the world gdp. >> says the trilateral agreement went into effect in 1994, us trade with partners has tripled. >> with that accounts for millions of well-paying middle-class jobs, canadians and americans. free-trade has work
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