Which Of The Following Resulted From The Signing Of The North American Free Trade Agreement (Nafta)

With this proposal, which no other comparable agreement had attempted to make – to open up the industrialized countries to “a great third world country”[38] – NAFTA renounced the creation of a common social and employment policy. The regulation of the labour market and/or the workplace remained the exclusive responsibility of national governments. [37] One of the most affected agricultural sectors has been the meat industry. Mexico became the second largest importer of U.S. agricultural products in 2004 due to a small player in the U.S. export market prior to 1994, and NAFTA may have been a major catalyst for this change. Free trade removed barriers that hindered business between the two countries, so Mexico provided a growing market for meat for the United States and increased sales and profits for the U.S. meat industry. . . .