Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto (left) and Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau (right) take part in a youth question and answer session ahead of the "Three Amigos Summit" in Ottawa, June 28, 2016. AFP / Chris Roussakis
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US President Barack Obama heads to Ottawa Wednesday for talks with the leaders of Canada and Mexico, as the shockwave from Britain's vote to leave the European Union reverberates on both sides of the Atlantic.Obama and Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, who both made clear their desire to see Britain remain in the 28-member bloc, will join Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto for the so-called "Three Amigos" summit.The three countries are economic partners in the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA), a bloc of 500 million people, and work closely on security matters.Are the United States, Canada and Mexico worried that a Brexit will adversely affect NAFTA, or even prompt questions about whether it should exist at all?
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