NAFTA


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  • noun

Synonyms for NAFTA

an agreement for free trade between the United States and Canada and Mexico

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Your key questions answered * What was the size of the NAFTA software market by value in 2014?
In 1993, the year before NAFTA went into effect, the Unites States had a $1.
Each member country has preferential trade agreements other than NAFTA, and there are some substantial differences in the most-favored-nation (MFN) tariffs applied by individual NAFTA countries.
American Views on NAFTA: Critics of NAFTA argue that the trade agreement is responsible for devastating job losses in the United States, especially in the manufacturing industry.
In the battle of sound bites and bumper stickers, NAFTA has become the short cut for venting anger about the alleged misdeeds of globalization: grinding down workers, desecrating the environment, and fattening Wall Street.
This opposition has been aimed not just at further NAFTA expansion, but at NAFTA itself.
The third important sector that NAFTA affected (or in the case of Mexico perhaps did not affect) was energy.
Several NAFTA panel decisions have unanimously determined that the Commerce Department was using flawed calculations to reach the conclusion that Canadian lumber is subsidized.
This kind of strategy could enhance the NAFTA zone's ability to be globally competitive and to attract investment.
Comprehensive trade deals like NAFTA and CAFTA reflect the culmination of years of painstaking negotiation.
International commercial agreements, like WTO and NAFTA, include a broad deregulatory agenda, slashing food safety, environmental and other public interest protections by labeling them "illegal trade barriers" that must be eliminated.
The border areas should benefit from some of the wealth created by the NAFTA trade," he says, adding, "Common problems require common solutions.
5 billion in farm commodities to our NAFTA trading partners.
Among other things, the Zapatistas warned that NAFTA would throw poor Mexican farmers off their lands.
Although NAFTA remains a lightning rod for critics of free trade, by any measure used, it has been a public policy success.