I have to certainly give my highest regards to prime minister of Canada Justin Trudeau. A lot of stories came out about Justin and I having difficulty together. I know we did over the trade deal. But I'll tell you, it's turned out to be a very, very good deal for both.
The deal includes a substantial increase in our farmers' opportunities to export American wheat, poultry, eggs, and dairy, including milk, butter, cheese, yoghurt, and ice cream to name a few. This is also a historic win for American manufacturers and American auto-workers who have been treated so badly. We've lost so many jobs over the years under Nafta.
The question of Nafta and renegotiating Nafta has been a challenge in conversations with the president, with the administration over these past 13 months. But there is also no question that now that we have moved forward on a USMCA, that is good news for all three of our countries.
We also recognise that moving forward on eliminating the tariffs on steel and aluminium remains a priority for us, for Mexico and is something that the Americans have indicated that they are more than willing to work on. So we're going to continue discussing that issue and other issues between our two countries in a positive, good faith way, knowing that we've made significant progress, and that there's always more to do.