U.S., Mexico, Canada reach trade deal to replace NAFTA
The United States, Canada, and Mexico salvaged a free trade deal overnight that was on the brink of collapse. They announced the agreement on a replacement for NAFTA just before the midnight deadline imposed by the Trump administration. The so-called USMCA, or United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement, promises "freer, fairer markets" and "robust economic growth in the region." Paula Reid reports.