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Business Groups in US, Canada, Mexico Fear Breakup of Manufacturing Supply Chain without NAFTA

January 23, 2018


Noting that NAFTA has helped quadruple trade between the three countries since taking effect in 1994, now reaching $1.5 trillion annually, the chambers of commerce from all three countries argue that multinational manufacturing value chains could be expensive to break up.

U.S., Canadian, and Mexican chambers of commerce urged NAFTA leaders on Jan. 22. to find common ground to renegotiate the massive free trade deal.

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