Hundreds of business leaders from all 50 states have joined forces to increase pressure on President Donald Trump to remain in NAFTA.

Mexico is increasing efforts to diversify its markets and introduce new investor protections as it prepares for the possibility that negotiations over the future of the North American Free Trade Agreement could break down.

The Canadian government produced a paper shortly after Donald Trump's election outlining in broad strokes how the incoming U.S. president could have pursued a quick, substantive, and successful renegotiation of NAFTA.