NAFTA

or Nafta

[naf-tuh]
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Contemporary Examples of nafta

  • I think Britain should call on the US and its partners to start recasting NAFTA as a full monetary and political union.

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    An Ever-Closer Union

    Megan McArdle

    January 10, 2013

  • Santorum as a senator opposed NAFTA and now talks about engaging in a trade “war” with China.

  • The president's economic plan included an energy BTU tax, and NAFTA.

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    The Last Blowout

    The Daily Beast

    October 31, 2010

  • Then a Republican fired all the air-traffic controllers, a Democrat gave us NAFTA, and millions of jobs were moved overseas.

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    Happy F---ing Labor Day, Rahm!

    Michael Moore

    September 7, 2010

  • Both Perot and Gore agreed to go on King's show and debate the merits of NAFTA.

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    Larry King's 9 Most Memorable Moments

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    June 30, 2010

Historical Examples of nafta

  • A Persian geographer says, that Nafta issues out of the springs of the earth as ambergrise issues out of those of the sea.

    Thalaba the Destroyer

    Robert Southey


British Dictionary definitions for nafta

NAFTA

n acronym for
  1. North American Free Trade Agreement
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Word Origin and History for nafta

NAFTA

acronym for North American Free Trade Agreement, negotiated from 1991, signed Dec. 17, 1992, implemented 1994.

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