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NAFTA has fueled job growth

NAFTA has fueled job growth | NAFTA | Scoop.it
The agreement provides a business-friendly environment so the three nations can trade products and services more easily by eliminating tariffs and trade barriers.
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This articles talks about NAFTA's effect on jobs. It also talks about how many American goods are much cheaper to buy in Mexico because of NAFTA. Also, how the number of US exports has grown 45% in 201. Many companies have grown greatly because it is cheaper to bring goods into Mexico, the US, and Canada and then sell them.

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NAFTA: Are Jobs Being Sucked Out of the United States? | EconEdLink

This free lesson by EconEdLink covers Absolute Advantage, Exports, Gross Domestic Product (GDP), Specialization, Comparative Advantage, Imports, Unemployment and Inflation
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This article is very informativ! It talks alot about the effect that NAFTA has on the amount of jobs in the US. It talks about lowering tarriffs over the next 15 years also. By lowering tarriffs they are hoping that the decrease in job opportunities caused by NAFTA will shrink.

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The next NAFTA, but worse

The next NAFTA, but worse | NAFTA | Scoop.it
Right now, secret negotiations are concluding over the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP), which is a gigantic proposed “free-trade” zone spanning the Pacific Ocean and involving 12 nations (the United States, Japan, Australia, New Zealand, Chile...
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This article talks about the TPP, which is an alternative to NAFTA.

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NAFTA Commission: Canada Must Respond to Citizen Concerns That Industrial Fish Farms Hurt Wild Salmon

NAFTA Commission: Canada Must Respond to Concerns That Industrial Fish Farms Hurt Wild #Salmon http://t.co/yjFDTUu9yl #aquaculture #cdnpoli

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This article talks about how idustrial fish farms are hurting Wild Salmon.

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ben uitermarkt's comment, October 2, 2013 11:28 AM
If they don't stop killing all of the salmon. I will be mad because salmon if really tasty and I love to eat it.
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After 15 Years, Nafta’s Promise Still Unfulfilled in Mexico - NYTimes.com

After 15 Years, Nafta’s Promise Still Unfulfilled in Mexico - NYTimes.com | NAFTA | Scoop.it
Fifteen years after the North American Free Trade Agreement took effect, the pact, in some cases, has produced results that were exactly opposite of what was promised.
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This article discusses the economic boom that NAFTA has brought to the Mexican economy. Mexico's exports have quintupled in 2008. Many companies have moved their factories down to Mexico because labor there is cheaper. That is a major factor as to why Mexico's exports have boomed in 2008.

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Council of Canadians protests 'NAFTA on steroids' - Nanaimo News Bulletin

Council of Canadians protests 'NAFTA on steroids' - Nanaimo News Bulletin | NAFTA | Scoop.it
NANAIMO – Council of Canadians rally against Trans Pacific Partnership negotiations leaks.
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This article talks about Canda's thoughts against the TPP negotiations

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Mayberry: TPP is NAFTA on steroids

Mayberry: TPP is NAFTA on steroids | NAFTA | Scoop.it
I am the farthest thing from a conspiracy theorist there is, but I am growing a wee bit concerned about something called the Trans-Pacific Partnership.
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This article talks about the negative consequences that came along with NAFTA.

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Ecological 'Wake-Up' Call Counters Corporate-Friendly 'Free' Trade - Mintpress News

Ecological 'Wake-Up' Call Counters Corporate-Friendly 'Free' Trade - Mintpress News | NAFTA | Scoop.it
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Ecological 'Wake-Up' Call Counters Corporate-Friendly 'Free' Trade
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focused on the effects of trade liberalization on agriculture systems.
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This article talks about the effect that NAFTA has on agriculture and smaller scale farmers.

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Leng Yang's comment, September 27, 2013 12:22 PM
I think we should help look on this problem. There's too many people in the world that deal with starvation. Scientists should try investing time to try and help.