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North American Free Trade Agreement is a pact between the United States, Canada, and Mexico that aims to create the world’s largest free trade zones. The agreement mainly focuses on trade liberalization in a host of sectors namely furniture, plastics, wood, textiles, and automobiles manufacturing. The commerce sector and manufacturing industries stand to benefit from the deal especially in the wake of the restricted importation of goods from China. The USCMA deal provides an environment for companies to reach greater heights.