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- abbr. North American Free Trade Agreement
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- North American Free Trade Agreement
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- n. an agreement for free trade between the United States and Canada and Mexico; became effective in 1994 for ten years
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Public Citizen, www. citizen.org/trade/nafta/lists the broken promises of NAFTA and why we will continue to feel its effects for decades to come.
This is so ridiculous, we only have Nafta because of Bill and Hillary, she supported it (The Buffalo News reports that back in 1998, Clinton attended the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, and thanked praised corporations for mounting "a very effective business effort in the U.S. on behalf of NAFTA."
* Of course, her involvement in NAFTA is one of the few concrete examples of her being active in policy proposals beyond health care, so, yeah, I guess she's in kind of a bind.
NAFTA is a bad and unfunny joke and folks sit around down here arguing over who stole their money.
From my interest in NAFTA since the agreement took effect, I thought the study did an effective job of tying in a wide range of facts and situations while remaining relatively non-partisan.
I would think NAFTA is also a free-trade zone but from what I read here, apparently, it isn't. johanson
NAFTA is a piece of garbage and needs to be repealed .... along with the Bush Admin's policy of tax breaks for shipping jobs overseas. jeff jackson, alabama
The word NAFTA is virtually a curse word here in Ohio.
Clinton sired over the further concentration of media, pushed for the democracy-disposal unit called NAFTA and FTAA, and balanced the budget by wiping out support to the most needy among us.
I believe she used the word NAFTA-related highway and highways that would increase our trade with Mexico and other countries south of our border.