The North American Free Trade Agreement

Retreating from NAFTA will subject U.S. businesses, manufacturers, farmers, service providers, and workers to irrevocable damages.

WHAT’S AT STAKE?

AUTOMOBILES

  • An annual increase in U.S. car production of 1 million vehicles since 1993
  • Markets that account for 40% of U.S. auto exports
  • 871,000 U.S. jobs that are created directly from motor vehicle parts

Driving the Future

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NAFTA Drives U.S. Trade

North American Free Trade Agreement

ENERGY

  • Access to new opportunities for American energy companies
  • North American energy self sufficiency
  • $20.2 billion in U.S. energy exports to Mexico

U.S. energy trade with Mexico: U.S. export value more than twice import value in 2016

North American Energy

Energy Benefits of NAFTA

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AGRICULTURE

  • U.S. agricultural exports to Mexico have quintupled since NAFTA
  • U.S. agricultural exports to Canada have tripled since NAFTA
  • U.S. corn and soybean farmers exported $4.452 billion to Mexico in 2016

The NAFTA You Never Knew

Mexico – Agriculture

Free Trade Agreements and U.S. Agriculture

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Agriculture Trade Booms with NAFTA

U.S. Agricultural Trade with NAFTA Countries, FY 1993-2010

NAFTA Increases Agriculture Trade

MANUFACTURING

  • Canada and Mexico accounted for 34 percent of all U.S. exports in 2016
  • 57 percent increase in U.S. manufacturing output since 1994
  • Complex supply chains that directly support millions of U.S. jobs and ensure global competitiveness

NAFTA Triumphant: Assessing Two Decades of Gains in Trade, Growth, and Jobs

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Growth in U.S. Manufactured Exports

U.S. Manufacturing Output, Compensation Show Strong Growth

SERVICES

  • U.S. private services exports to Mexico have tripled to $31.5 billion since 1993
  • U.S. private services exports to Canada have tripled to $56.4 billion since 1993
  • Services exports to Canada and Mexico in 2015 individually supported 360,000 and 201,000 U.S. jobs

NAFTA Triumphant: Assessing Two Decades of Gains in Trade, Growth, and Jobs

The Open Door of Trade

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