On Sunday night, U.S., Mexican, and Canadian negotiators finally announced the USMCA, a new regional trade agreement.
San Antonio business coalition leaders largely applauded news that Canada had signed on to a trilateral trade deal to replace NAFTA.
The agreements are considered a significant first step toward updating NAFTA, even as it excludes Canada for now.
Canada and Mexico are coming to the table with ideas on contentious items, but is the United States ready to negotiate?
The sunset clause would require the United States, Mexico, and Canada to renew NAFTA 2.0 in five years or accept its termination.
Environmental concerns are the principal threat to the Monarch butterfly's ability to thrive.
No other shop in Texas is rolling bagels by hand, and Boss is one of only five wood-fired bagel restaurants in the country.
But San Antonio Mayor Ron Nirenberg brought the current trilateral trade talks home by pointing out the almost 200,000 local jobs that are at stake.
With numerous issues left unresolved after the second round of talks, many will look for word that this session reached a positive turning point.
The San Antonio International Airport reported record-high traffic in July, it hosted about 848,000 domestic passengers throughout the month.