Has NAFTA been a Success?

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Abstract
This paper shall analyze the history and economic implications of the North American Free Trade Agreement. Given what was promised and what has occurred, what are the likely outcomes for the similar agreement made between the United States and a handful of Central American under the proposed CAFTA treaty?
Has NAFTA been a Success?
The benefits and risks of unfettered free trade have long been a source of heated debate. As technology and transportation capabilities have improved over the past several decades, the world has become more globally connected. Because communication and interaction with other countries has become so much easier, economists and politicians have pressed for freer trade amongst nations. The nations in Europe...
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