Archiv: NAFTA

19.01.2020 - 20:23 [ Prof Michel Chossudovsky / Global Research ]

NAFTA 1.0: Was It a “Legal Agreement”. One of Its Signatories Linked to Organized Crime. And What About NAFTA 2.0?

Public opinion has its eyes riveted on USMCA, which is tagged as NAFTA 2.0. It is important at this stage to focus on the murky history of NAFTA 1.0 as well as the transition to NAFTA 2.0.

07.01.2020 - 19:50 [ Anderson Cooper 360° / Twitter ]

Presidential candidate @BernieSanders hammers Joe Biden for his Iraq War, NAFTA votes. “I just don’t think that that kind of record is going to bring forth the kind energy we need to defeat Trump.”

30.04.2019 - 13:14 [ Bernie Sanders, US Senator / Twitter ]

Trump promised to reduce the trade deficit, stop outsourcing of American jobs and rip up NAFTA. Instead: -Our trade deficit in goods up to record-breaking $891 billion -$50 billion in government contracts given to outsourcers -185,000 American jobs shipped overseas on his watch

30.04.2019 - 12:56 [ CNN / Twitter ]

„What we have seen over the last many years is one disastrous trade policy after another. … It has led to a race to the bottom.“ – @BernieSanders on the importance of creating „new trade policies which protect the interests of American workers.“

01.09.2018 - 16:10 [ ]

NAFTA: Keine Einigung zwischen USA und Kanada

Die Gespräche über ein neues Nordamerikanisches Freihandelsabkommen (NAFTA) zwischen den USA und Kanada sind vorerst gescheitert. US-Präsident Donald Trump habe den US-Kongress über die Absicht unterrichtet, anstelle des Abkommens der drei Länder USA, Mexiko und Kanada künftig ein bilaterales Abkommen mit Mexiko zu setzen, teilte der US-Handelsbeauftragte Robert Lighthizer gestern mit.

02.07.2018 - 21:58 [ Reuters ]

Mexikos neuer Präsident hält an Handelsabkommen Nafta fest

Designierter Finanzminister ist Carlos Urzua. Er und weitere Wirtschaftsberater des neuen Präsidenten erklärten, es sei geplant, die Zahl der Sozialprogramme einzudampfen. Der Regierung seien Investitionen aus dem In- und Ausland willkommen.

19.06.2018 - 12:09 [ ]

Trump’s New Tariffs Have Effectively Killed TTIP And May Collapse NAFTA

(31.5.2018) What is already clear is that the age of global free trading blocs that appeared on the horizon during the Obama years appears to be over as far as the United States is concerned. The much vaunted Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP) which would have seen the EU and NAFTA create a free trading mega-zone is now all but dead as Washington and Brussels continue to threaten each other with more trading barriers.