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NAFTA Collapse Does Not Reverse Manufacturing Migration

NAFTA Collapse Does Not Reverse Manufacturing Migration

Even a NAFTA Collapse Won’t Keep Companies From Moving to Mexico

As NAFTA Negotiations continue on into November the world is anxiously watching progress with some leaders voicing concerns about a NAFTA collapse.  If the parties choose to walk away and cancel the North American Free Trade Agreement just what would be the effect?

Thomas Black of Bloomberg Businessweek just published an article that goes directly to that question and has given us permission to provide a link to his article.  We recommend that our readers review this fine article that is based on research and current facts.

For further information on the NAFTA and the current state of negotiations we encourage our readers to review our BLOG at TECMA.COM.

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