Whatever happened to “that giant sucking sound” that was going to pull manufacturing from the U.S. and Canada into Mexico as soon as the North American Free Trade Agreement was signed? As the 10th anniversary of its implementation approaches, proponents and opponents of the landmark agreement between the U.S., Canada and Mexico – signed Oct. 7, 1992, and phased in beginning Jan. 1, 1994 – still can’t agree on its impact. Ward's data show Mexico’s production capacity has increased more ...
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