NAFTA has always been a bad deal for America. Look at the trade deficits we have ran for decades for proof.
by Jon Rappoport
September 3, 2018
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NAFTA…The North American Free Trade Agreement…born on January 1, 1994…it’s a deal among the governments of the U S, Mexico and Canada.
One group has stated:
“Negotiated behind closed doors with hundreds of official corporate advisors, NAFTA was radically different than past trade deals that focused on traditional trade matters, like cutting border taxes. Instead, most of NAFTA’s provisions grant new powers and privileges to multinational corporations.”
So Trump recently spoke out decisively against NAFTA—and as in any situation where he speaks at all, he’s attacked by the press.
Here is a pop quiz. Here are three statements about NAFTA. You decide who uttered them.
ONE: “…most of NAFTA’s provisions grant new powers and privileges to multinational corporations. These new powers make it easier for corporations to outsource jobs…NAFTA’s ‘investor protections’ create incentives for corporations…
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