The U.S. Can't Afford To Nickel And Dime Canada
Lots of people agree that there ought to be a North American Free Trade Agreement. The pact would do wonders for the region's ability to compete with Japan and Europe by removing most restrictions on goods and services moving between the U.S., Canada, and Mexico. The result? The world's largest common market, a North America Inc. with a $6 trillion gross regional product.
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