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  • With luck, the U.S. may be compliant in time for Nafta's 20th anniversary.

    Mexico's Longest Haul

  • The fact that employment did not rise as quickly as exports did merely points to another of Nafta's benefits: the gains achieved in productivity over the past five years.

    Nafta At Five

  • And in terms of specifics, the Economic Policy Institute claims that some of Nafta's shortcomings on the environment include having generated only 1 percent of the money promised for cleanup activities, higher ozone levels along the border, and even an incidence of Hepatitis-A in the border region that is two to five times higher than the U.S. average.

    Nafta At Five

  • "Nafta has surpassed expectations in terms of growth, investment and employment in Mexico," according to Luis de la Calle, the new commerce undersecretary for international trade negotiations and the former head of the Commerce Secretariat's Nafta office in Washington, D.C. From the U.S. perspective, "We think (Nafta's) been a very successful enterprise," Commerce Undersecretary for International Trade David Aaron said recently.

    Nafta At Five

  • Ambassador Davidow's comment is and will continue to be valid: "We have to do more to inform and educate our people with regards to Nafta's benefits."

    Nafta At Five

  • In Nafta's first decade after 1993, trade between the U.S. and Mexico multiplied to $232 billion from $81 billion.

    Unilateral Democrats

  • Business leaders say misperceptions about trade and isolationism threaten Nafta's health.

    Nafta, Under Attack,

  • The next Congress will likely try to limit Nafta's trade arrangements, and Congress has already rejected a free-trade agreement with Vietnam and postponed one with Colombia, the third-largest country in Latin America and an ally of the United States.

    The Opposite of Progress

  • The end product still enjoys Nafta's full duty-free benefits in all three markets, and many of our free-trade partners allow components to enter their countries duty-free, so their manufacturers can produce high quality goods at competitive prices.

    A Democrat's Good Idea

  • Canada and Mexico buy more than half of Ohio's exports, and since Nafta's 1993 enactment the U.S. economy has added a net 26 million new jobs.

    Obama's Border Incident

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