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The Future Of NAFTA May Be Up To Congress

Law360, New York (November 7, 2017, 4:35 PM EST) -- The North American Free Trade Agreement has been with us since 1994. Many of us can vividly recall Ross Perot’s crusade against the agreement, which began during the 1992 presidential campaign and continued into the first year of the Clinton administration as Congress considered it.

Perot’s battle culminated in his debate with Vice President Al Gore before a television audience of 16 million. NAFTA was narrowly approved by the House of Representatives one week later.

Over the ensuing 23 years, many companies sought to utilize NAFTA to reduce production costs and streamline supply chains. Many legal professionals have listened while others...

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