Tag: NAFTA
How To Be a Good Neighbor by Being a Role Model — The United States, Mexico, and Economic Freedom
Role modeling economic freedom and open trade are the correct policies long term, not only for the United States, but also for its neighbors and trade partners around the world.
Promises, Promises: Financing President Trump’s Wall
President Trump is going back on his campaign promise of making Mexico pay for “the wall”.
The Delusion of a Win-Win Trade War
The only way to win a trade war is not to fight one.
Trump’s Trade War Has Ugly Consequences
The Democrats could not have asked for a better ally than Donald Trump when it comes to trade protectionism.
The Boon of Growing U.S. Imports from Mexico
Since NAFTA went into effect in 1994, U.S. imports of goods from Mexico have grown from about $4 billion per year to about $28 billion (annual rate as of March 2017). Americans have also purchased a lot more services, not counted in this measure, from Mexicans during the past two decades (e.g., tourist services...
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