Another NAFTA: What a Good Agreement Should Offer
Program #CASJ001. Recorded in Chapel Hill, NC on January 29, 1993.
NAFTA, the North American Free Trade Agreement, was signed by leaders of the United States, Canada and Mexico in December. It has yet to be enacted into law. Free Trade issues are critically important to the futures of all three countries, yet media coverage is spotty at best. NAFTA advocates herald it as a harbinger of prosperity. Critics say that if NAFTA is not substantially restructured that it will have a negative impact on the environment, jobs and wages.
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