The North American Free Trade Agreement may cost the U.S. more than just jobs, as labor unions fear, but also millions of dollars in taxpayer money to defend the government's right to protect the environment, says a Canadian research group. Companies, including some related to the automotive industry, are using a loophole in NAFTA to sue foreign governments by alleging their business activities have been constrained due to nationalism or expropriation, says the International Institute for ...

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