The Trump administration said Monday said it had reached a new, 16-year trade deal with Mexico, setting in motion a rapid chain of events that could redraw the world’s largest trade agreement.

But a number of key factors remain unresolved in Trump’s effort to replace the North American Free Trade Agreement, and Canada must decide whether to sign on the deal. The next phase of negotiations will pose a major test for Trump’s unique style of diplomacy, which has shown flashes of both creativity and impulsiveness throughout the process.

“It’s a big day for trade. It’s a big day for our country,” Trump told reporters he gathered in the Oval Office where they watched him speak at length by phone with Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto. Full Article