Immigration Talk

NAFTA kills. It kills jobs, it kills growth, and it kills the livelihood of workers. However, none of this is a concern for the United States, who for over 18 years have been hailing NAFTA as a major success for the US, and are now trying to implement a similar trade agreement with Pacific Asia. NAFTA kills the Mexican economy, and can hardly be appropriately called a “free” trade agreement. It may be free for the US who are the main beneficiaries to the agreement, and Canada second, but it has come at a cost for the Mexican government. It’s also beginning to cost the United States.

The North American Free Trade Agreement was signed between Canada, the United States and Mexico in 1994, and marked the first trade agreement between the northern states and Mexico. The main purpose behind NAFTA was to eliminate trade barriers between the countries, which…

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