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UPI: As summit ends, U.S., Mexico and Canada agree to form joint economic committee 

Mexican President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador said he, U.S. President Joe Biden and Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau agreed to strengthen their economic, trade and commercial relations with the creation of a new joint committee. 

Obrador said the committee will focus on planning trade in North America to increase self-sufficiency and development for their countries. Each nation will appoint four members for the creation of the committee, he said during a press conference at the close of the North American Leaders’ Summit on Tuesday. 

The Mexican president was flanked by Biden and Trudeau during the event, following two days of meetings to discuss regional and global issues. The trio charted out plans to work together on economic issues, security and climate change.  

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WNU Editor: Not much was expected from this summit, and not much was delivered. But these summits are always important for leaders to meet, discuss issues, and exchange points of views.

 Leaders From U.S., Mexico and Canada Vow To Strengthen Economic Ties  

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