Nafta Isn't Out, But It Sure Is DownDouglas Harbrecht
Somebody had better check the North American Free Trade Agreement's pulse.
When George Bush left office, the pact looked healthy. It was expected to glide through Congress, adorned with a few side accords to meet critics' concerns. Supporters hoped the agreement would trigger a trade boom and spawn similar market-opening pacts throughout the hemisphere.
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