Obama Touts Free Trade In North America Summit

(Toluca, Mexico) -- Free trade continues to be a top priority for the U.S., Canada and Mexico. During a news conference in Mexico, President Obama said the three nations will also continue to cooperate on energy and efforts to reduce carbon pollution.
He insisted that the science on global climate change is "irrefutable." Obama took part in a North America summit with Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto and Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper. Opening the news conference, Nieto unveiled an agreement to open a "strategic dialogue" on border security.
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President Obama met with leaders from Mexico and Canada at a North America summitt
Obama said together the three countries have a competive advantage in the global market
Obama signed an executive order making it easier for companies to import and export.
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