U.S. ties ‘super important’ says Mexican leftist’s pick to lead NAFTA talks

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By Julia Love MEXICO CITY (Reuters) – A former World Trade Organization economist picked to lead NAFTA negotiations by the front-runner in the race for Mexico’s presidency told Reuters on Tuesday that modernizing parts of the pact should be possible while stressing the importance of relations with the United States. Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador, a leftist who leads most polls ahead of Mexico’s July 1 election, said on Tuesday that if he is elected he would put Jesus Seade in charge of steering talks with the United States and Canada to revamp the 24-year-old North American Free Trade Agreement. “The economic relationship with the United States is super important,” he said.


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