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NAFTA: Poverty and Free Trade in Mexico examines the impact of the North American Free Trade Agreement, which in 1994 created the largest free-trade zone in the world, and is the first to unite countries from the developed and developing worlds. Will it lead to prosperity for all in Mexico, or will it leave the country open to exploitation and unfair competition? What are the lessons to be learned by other poor countries experimenting with policies of economic liberalisation?

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978-0-85598-302-4

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