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On the NAFTA renegotiations

Dany Bahar, fellow in the Global Economy and Development program, discusses what we can expect from the upcoming NAFTA negotiations in Mexico City. Bahar also evaluates what would happen if the United States pulled out of NAFTA, explaining that this decision would “make life for the average American more difficult.”

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