NAFTA - 20 Years Later

Some states, lagging behind in the export business, see golden opportunity in Mexico's ports.
Oct. 29, 2012
El Paso faced an identity crisis after NAFTA threatened the garment industry. Businesses changed course, and now the border town is booming.
Oct. 22, 2012
NAFTA opened the border to rapid industrialization, but implemented only limited provisions for dealing with the environmental fallout.
Oct. 15, 2012
The historic signing of the North American Free Trade Agreement was celebrated Monday in San Antonio.
Oct. 8, 2012
Manufacturing in North America after NAFTA relies on supply chains that span borders. That’s why one small aerospace manufacturer in Arizona is now trying to expand into Mexico to stay competitive.
Oct. 8, 2012
The World Trade Bridge is a testament to the post-NAFTA boom. The number of trucks crossing through Laredo has tripled since NAFTA. But traffic has already outgrown capacity.
Oct. 1, 2012
Since its inception in 1994, NADBANK has invested $1.2 billion in 155 projects on both sides of the border.
Sep. 24, 2012
This brewing tomato trade war shows how much the agricultural trade has changed since NAFTA began.
Sep. 17, 2012
In the early 1990s, President Bill Clinton promised that the North American Free Trade Agreement would create such great jobs in Mexico that Mexicans wouldn’t need to illegally immigrate here. But in the two decades since, the number of people living here illegally has nearly quadrupled.
Sep. 10, 2012
The North American Free Trade Agreement was signed by the leaders of Mexico, the U.S. and Canada 20 years ago, strengthening our business ties, disrupting labor and changing the nature of our supermarkets.
Sep. 4, 2012
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