NAFTA and Mexico

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NAFTA follows the prescription of liberalization- including the deregulation of government restrictions to allow increased trade, direct foreign investment, and foreign ownership of businesses. On January 1, 1994, a Mexico still sleepy from New Year's celebrations awoke to discover a passionate new revolution sweeping across the state of Chiapas...
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The Zapatistas, a small, yet powerfully forceful group of indigenous people, exhausted from centuries of oppression, poverty and corruption, rose up to end this societal injustice, and most specifically, to battle the new tyrant that would be born that very day: The North American Free Trade Agreement...
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