U.S. dairy farmers will have new export opportunities to sell dairy products in Canada. Canada will offer new access to U.S. products such as liquid milk, cream, butter, skim milk powder, cheese and other dairy products. It will also remove its tariffs on whey and margarine. For poultry, Canada will provide new access to U.S. chickens and eggs and increase its access to turkey. Under a modernized agreement, all other tariffs on agricultural products traded between the United States and Mexico remain zero. The text of the agreement was signed on 30 November 2018 by the Heads of State and Government of the three countries as a secondary event to the G20 Summit to be held in Buenos Aires, Argentina, on 30 November 2018.  The English, Spanish and French versions will be equally authentic and the agreement will enter into force after ratification by the three states through the adoption of enabling legislation.
 On April 3, 2020, Canada informed the United States and Mexico that it had completed its domestic ratification process for the Agreement.  In addition to its cooperation with the WTO, the United States has concluded trade agreements with 20 countries covering a number of issues, ranging from tariffs on products and access to agricultural markets to intellectual property and the environment. For the FDA, specific topics are chapters of regulatory agreements such as SPS MEASURES, OET and Good Regulatory Practices – as well as sector chapters on cosmetics, medical devices and medicines, where applicable. The FDA helps develop U.S. negotiating proposals, and the FDA actively participates in business meetings with U.S. trading partners. National procedures for ratifying the agreement in the United States are governed by the legislation of the Trade Promotion Authority, which is also known as “Fast Track”. • Support a twenty-first century economy by protecting U.S. intellectual property and ensuring opportunities for trade in services in the United States. As expected, the USMCA was signed by all three sides at the G20 summit in Buenos Aires on November 30, 2018.   Disputes over labour rights, steel and aluminum prevented the ratification of this version of the agreement.
  Canadian Deputy Prime Minister Chrystia Freeland, U.S. Trade Representative Robert Lightizer and Mexican Under Secretary of State for North America Jesus Seade signed on December 10 On December 13, 2019, a revised agreement was formally ratified by the three countries on March 13, 2020. The USMCA updates and replaces the 25-year-old North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA). Work on the new agreement lasted several years, had to be approved by both houses of Congress, and required the three countries to attest to their compliance with different measures in the agreement. . . .