[ US /ˈnæftə/ ]
  1. an agreement for free trade between the United States and Canada and Mexico; became effective in 1994 for ten years
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How To Use NAFTA In A Sentence

  • President Clinton correctly says that NAFTA has become a "flypaper" for many economic discontents, from corporate "downsizing" to low wages, that have nothing to do with Mexico. The Isolationist Illusion
  • We were victims of NAFTA, says Ron Munnerlyn, chairman of the county council. The Full Feed from
  • Before NAFTA, cocaine was carried in overloaded Cessnas across the Caribbean, a risky and expensive trip. Snow Fall
  • Another tendency is the internationalization of the family, with branches of the same clan living in the United States and Canada, and establishing business operations with Nafta coverage. Family Affair
  • Simply one of the many biocidal glories of NAFTA ... not long after American companies started plopping their most toxic operations just across the border to capitalize on such as lax Mexican environmental laws, a shocking spike in the number of babies born without a brain (anencephalic) became a legacy of the massive industrial pollution. Stemmers, Part I
  • It appears that the government intends to offer a circumstantial case, premised on the timing of alleged telephone calls between the two men and trades that Rajaratnam caused the hedge funds he managed to execute," said Gary Naftalis, Mr. Gupta's lawyer, in court papers. Gupta Asks to Bar Wiretaps
  • The EU and NAFTA are successful models of economic cooperation region.
  • He finds that, despite the promises of its backers, NAFTA has locked in a harsh neoliberal economic policy that has swept away laws and protections that Mexican workers had established over decades.
  • You are my cross-national partners in colouring in the outline that NAFTA has drawn for all of us. Mexico and Canada—Beyond NAFTA
  • I found this use of the term "developmentalism" rather odd since it has always meant a mixture of Walt Rostow type economics internally and free trade treaties externally, such as NAFTA, CAFTA, etc. to me. Louis Proyect: The Unrepentant Marxist
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