NAFTA

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Business

 

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Barbara G

 

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January 11, 2017

 

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University

 

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exports to NAFTA partners had increased. The export deficit with these had also increased by 378% to $62.8 billion by 2000 (Salas, Carlos, & Scott, 2006). As a result, according to economist Robert Scott, NAFTA has led to over 766,000 job losses in all 50 states of the United States (Faux 2000). Both nations' exports to the U...
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Both nations' exports to the U.S. have become cheaper while imports from the U.S. have become more expensive. This has caused investors in Canada and Mexico to build new and expanded production capacity to export even more goods to the U.S. market. Mexico spent virtually nothing on environmental law enforcement, which allowed corporations to get away with almost anything...
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