What have been the effects of the NAFTA treaty on the global economy? Do you think the NAFTA treaty between the U.S., Canada, and Mexico was a good agreement for the United States? Elaborate.
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NAFTA is a trilateral free trade deal that came into force in January 1994, signed by Democratic President Bill Clinton. The central thrust of the agreement is to eliminate the vast majority of tariffs on products traded among the United States, Mexico, and Canada. The terms of the agreement called for these tariffs to be phased out gradually, and the final aspects of the deal weren't fully implemented until January 1, 2008.
It is difficult to quantify NAFTA's effects on the global economy very precisely, given the complexities involved in assigning direct causality between NAFTA's implementation and economic shifts. In May 2003, the Congressional Budget Office ...
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Regional Trade Agreement
Economists often study and evaluate economic policies by country or region. As an economist, evaluate different regional trading arrangements. Select one regional trading arrangement and describe three economic effects of the arrangement. Please provide references to support your efforts.View Full Posting Details