The Canadian Mexican trade deal ( Second Amendment Civil War)

The Canadian Mexican trade agreement

following the outbreak of the American Civil War feeling economic disaster as a result of the war map that was abandoned and the Canadian and Mexican governments agreed on a trade deal as well as sheltering American refugees during the war. After the end of the war when the American Parliament of the United States was formed the United States re-entered this trade agreement and a new era of free trade began in North America. All these three countries also agreed to take refugees from South America as well as the countries of new Arabia and the Republic of Dubai which made homosexuality punishable by death 2078. This trade agreement was more positive than during the Donald Trump era.

Community content is available under CC-BY-SA unless otherwise noted.