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The Nafta Negotiations Show That Mexico Is Violating The Agreement In The Auto Industry. Autos Are A Big Trade Problem, And China Is An Important Contributor To The Problem

ArmchairPolitiicianNafta, November 10, 2017, by Brad Peery, Blog Site: WWW. ArmchairPolitician.US,

The auto industry is a big reason for the $63 billion trade deficit that the U.S. has with Mexico. In the auto industry, manufacturers have integrated supply chains of parts used in manufacturing them. Cars made in the three countries can cross the […]

The Question Is Being Discussed As To Whether Nafta Benefits The U.S. And What Is The Downside Of Its Demise

ArmchairPolitiicianNafta, October 24, 2017, by Brad Peery, WWW. ArmchairPolitician.US,


There are timing issues with respect to when Nafta might be revised, how a revision coincides with the election of the next Mexican President on July 1, 2018, and whether the winner will support Nafta. The other obvious issue is whether Nafta should […]

Assuming The Renegotiation Of NAFTA Is Accomplished, What Might Be The Benefits?

ArmchairPolitiicianNAFTA, July 19, 2017, by Brad Peery, WWW. ArmchairPolitician.US,

NAFTA Needs to be renegotiated, and it may not get done before the Mexican Presidential election on July 1, 2018. This election could derail the whole process. We will outline some of the issues that will need to be solved through negotiations, assuming that a […]

The U.S. Would Like To Renegotiate A NAFTA Agreement: There Are Many Obstacles.

ArmchairPolitiicianNAFTA, July 18, 2017, by Brad Peery, WWW. ArmchairPolitician.US,

The North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) between the U.S., Canada and Mexico is likely to be renegotiated starting in mid-August. President Trump has threatened to leave NAFTA, but a recently submitted a road map for revising the agreement. The Democratic reaction was that it […]