In the article, "U.S.-Mexico-Canada Agreement Enables the Digital Economy," Jennifer Sanford, Senior Manager of International Trade and Energy/Environment Policy at Cisco, notes how the U.S.-Mexico-Canada Agreement expands the benefits from NAFTA to new areas. These areas include prohibition of data localization, promoting cross-border data flows, promoting risk-based approaches to cybersecurity, recognizing telecom certification test reports from each other’s countries, promoting flexibility in approaches to telecom regulation, binding Mexico to its Telecommunications Reforms passed in 2013 and implementing regulations promoting effective competition, improving protection for IP rights, enhancing trade facilitation, and allowing for freer trade in remanufactured goods.The article can be found here.

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