- Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper appears to have made little headway in persuading President Barak Obama to speed up a decision over whether to approve TransCanada's (TRP) Keystone oil pipeline at the "Three Amigos" Nafta summit in Mexico.
- Still, along with Mexican President Pena Nieto, they said that they are in favor of widening free trade via the Trans-Pacific Partnership with countries such as Japan and Malaysia.
- The leaders also disclosed a series of agreements, including one that would ease cross-border travel between the countries, and another that would strengthen road, rail and shipping links.
"Three Amigos" meeting brings no movement on Keystone
Feb 20 2014, 03:46 ET