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Customs lawyer visits YSU to talk United States Mexico Canada Agreement

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On YSU'S campus Wednesday, an international trade and customs lawyer discussed President Trump's plan to replace NAFTA. 

Dan Ujczo grew up in Warren and specializes in matters concerning the U.S. and Canada. We asked him if the United States Mexico Canada Agreement could help secure a future for GM Lordstown. 

Ujczo told 21 News, "Looking ahead what it does allow is new opportunities in trade, for example, autonomous and electrification vehicles. So, we may see those types of things but this will not help Lordstown overnight."

UJCZO adds that the Mahoning Valley is ground zero for the USMCA trade deal and if doesn't work here it won't work for the rest of the nation.
 

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