“nafta” Charts

20 Years Later, NAFTA May Not Have Helped Mexico »

Two decades ago, NAFTA was implemented with the hopes of bringing Mexico into a new commercial agreement with the United…

CEPR
by: CEPR
views: 176
Score: 2

U.S. Pays More for Sugar »

Due to tariffs and protectionism, the U.S. pays about 40 percent more for sugar than the world average.

The Heritage Foundation
by: The Heritage Foundation
views: 91

U.S. Manufacturing Output, Compensation Show Strong Growth »

U.S. manufacturing output today is 42 percent higher than it was in 1994 when NAFTA took effect. Additionally, compensation for…

The Heritage Foundation
by: The Heritage Foundation
views: 79

Mexico is Losing its People to NAFTA? »

Although proposed as beneficial to the Mexican economy, the North American Free Trade Agreement (created in 1994) may not have…

CEPR
by: CEPR
views: 44

Mexico's Growth, or Lack Thereof »

Although Mexico's economy was on the right track, neoliberal economic policies that began in the 1980's - and then NAFTA,…

CEPR
by: CEPR
views: 56

Mexico vs Latin America: Economic Growth in the NAFTA Era »

This shows average annual real per-capita GDP growth in Mexico and Latin America, from 1994-2013.

CEPR
by: CEPR
views: 225

U.S. Employment Grew Steadily Until 2008 Recession »

Opponents of free trade often point fingers at the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) and the emergence of China…

The Heritage Foundation
by: The Heritage Foundation
views: 71

NAFTA No Impediment to Job Growth in U.S. »

Job growth increased rapidly for more than six years after NAFTA took effect in 1994. Today there are 25 million…

The Heritage Foundation
by: The Heritage Foundation
views: 77