Is negotiating more beneficial instead of just walking away? It is, as far as the cross-border trade is concerned.
“Anytime you impose those costs, consumers will pay in the end — probably in higher prices for autos,” said James Hollifield, a professor, and director of the SMU Tower Center at Southern Methodist University
“It’s not the U.S. or Mexico anymore, it’s all one giant factory,” said Raymond Robertson, who teaches international economics at Texas A&M University and has studied NAFTA since it was adopted.
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