|Trade is Up, but NAFTA Seems to Have Little Effect on Immigration|
|Key Words||NAFTA, immigration, trade, exported goods|
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The North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) increased trade between the U.S. and Mexico and increased investments south of the border, just as the plan’s supporters promised. However, 13 years after this legislation has been put into effect, Mexican immigrants continue to come to America in search of higher wages and better working conditions.
|Source||“Trade is Up, but NAFTA Seems to Have Little Effect on Immigration,” Houston Chronicle, Feb. 24, 2007, p. NA.|
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