Nafta: The Pollution Issue Is Just A SmokescreenGary S. Becker
Opponents of the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) in the U.S. claim that weaker environmental and labor market regulations in Mexico give an unfair advantage to producers there. Although calls for a level playing field between developed and developing nations are politically seductive, weaker regulations in the latter do not justify trade restrictions.
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