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  • Yes NAFTA has been, for the most part, a success.

    The goals of the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) were to eliminate the barriers to trade and investment between Canada, Mexico and the United States and to promote business development between the countries. NAFTA has been successful in accomplishing these goals and improving both the quality of life for citizens of all the member countries.

  • There is an unfair wage of workers and money

    No, NAFTA isn't a success. Twenty years after its implementation, the North American Free Trade Agreement, or NAFTA, has helped boost inter regional trade between Canada, Mexico, and the United States, but has fallen short of generating the jobs and the deeper regional economic integration its advocates promised decades ago.

  • No, not yet.

    I think a lot of work has to be done with NAFTA, but once that work is completed it will be a huge success. That is a good union, in my opinion, and will help relations develop between the three. It will also continue improving the economic conditions in Mexico.

  • No, but its not a complete failure.

    No, NAFTA isn't a success. Twenty years after its implementation, the North American Free Trade Agreement, or NAFTA, has helped boost inter regional trade between Canada, Mexico, and the United States, but has fallen short of generating the jobs and the deeper regional economic integration its advocates promised decades ago.

  • Too many recessions after it passed

    NAFTA seemed like a good idea many years ago, but since then, there have been more recessions and the recessions have sometimes been of serious consequence and not just market corrections. This can not all be put on the shoulders of NAFTA, but it certainly was a contributing factor to these events.


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