Can anyone identify "USMCA?"

The following link leads to USSCA. Can anyone identify “USMCA?”


Perhaps it means that USCCA is recognized in USA, Mexico and Canada? :sweat_smile:

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What Is the USMCA?

The United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement, also known as the USMCA, is a trade deal between the three nations which was signed on November 30, 2018. The USMCA replaced the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA), which had been in effect since January of 1994. Under the terms of NAFTA, tariffs on many goods passing between North America’s three major economic powers were gradually phased out. By 2008, tariffs on various agricultural and textiles products, automobiles, and other goods were reduced or eliminated.

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The problem is that clicking on the link takes you to the USCCA website.

That’s how AI works via web browser.
If you browse USCCA frequently, everything which is close to it, in this case “USxCA” may be directed to USCCA.
Look at the small square with “Ad” in it.
Whenever you see it, that’s browser’s prediction.

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Does that explain the (USSA’s Parent company) next to the AD box?

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Or if you click on USMCA too much…
(not sure if this one is about teaching or camping)

“Clicks are powerful weapons which should not be used without proper professional training.”
– this message brought to you by the NFL (National Federation of Luddites)



Those blind graphic artists are always getting those two logos mixed up!

I should have known better than to post a serious thread.

Like our ad, sponsor a Ludd…we don’t do clicks.