President Donald Trump is expected to sign an agreement with Colombia that will ease trade restrictions on automakers and allow the U.S. to build and sell vehicles in the nation.
Trump will announce his decision Monday afternoon at his golf club in Bedminster, New Jersey.
The deal, which could be worth $4.6 billion over 10 years, would include a ban on imports of vehicles with engines bigger than 40 cubic centimeters, which is nearly a foot in diameter.
The U.N. has previously called on Colombia to implement tougher measures to reduce pollution, including shutting down coal-fired power plants.
Colombia’s economy has been in free fall for years due to soaring prices for the country’s petroleum, and there has been no major new investment in recent years.