jan 1, 1991 - North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA)
Established free trade zones between Candada, U.S. and Mexico. allowed the flow of increased goods, services, and jobs across the international borders by lessening and eliminating tariffs. It was strongly criticized by organized labor and conservative groups who viewed it as selling American jobs to cheap labor across the border and that it compromised America's sovereignty.
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