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Mexican proposal for periodic NAFTA assessment receives mixed reviews

November 21, 2017 at 3:02 PM
MEXICO CITY -- Mexico's proposal to review the benefits of the North American Free Trade Agreement every five years is being welcomed by stakeholders as an improvement over the U.S. sunset proposal, though the potential scope and frequency of such reviews have sparked concerns. The Mexican review mechanism was a response to the U.S. sunset proposal to automatically terminate NAFTA if every party did not agree to continue the deal every five years. Several sources told Inside U.S. Trade...

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