NAFTA: Has Arizona won or lost under the trade deal?

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By Ronald J. Hansen | The Republic

NAFTA was signed in 1994 between the United States, Canada and Mexico to eliminate tariffs and establish the freest possible trade between the three countries. Newslook

President Donald Trump has called the North American Free Trade Agreement the nation’s “worst trade deal ever.” His vow to revisit the deal helped him win Rust Belt states such as Ohio, Michigan, Wisconsin and Pennsylvania.

But that position may find a softer reception among Arizona’s Republicans.


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