Question: Free trade agreements such as the North American Free Trade

Free trade agreements, such as the North American Free Trade Agreement and the General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade (GATT), may reduce trade restrictions within a designated region, as well as allow increased sales and lower-priced goods. However, much criticism has also been voiced by consumer, labor, health and environmental groups, such as the Alliance for Democracy, Public Citizen in Washington, D.C. and the Fair Trade Network. They believe that unrestricted, “corporate-managed” trade will do more harm than good.
Be prepared to discuss either the positives or negatives of NAFTA and GATT.

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