President Trump ran for office with a vow to renegotiate or scrap 1994’s North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA), and at the end of 2016 the US, Canada and Mexico signed an agreement which would replace the older agreement. In new research Dimitrios Bakas, Karen Jackson and Georgios Magkonis find that a collapse of the old NAFTA deal would […]
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