What We’re Doing
NAFTA Negotiations Still Need Improvement
On Sept. 27, the United States, Canada and Mexico finished the third round of NAFTA renegotiation talks. We’ve been told these talks will “get a better deal for our workers,” but the negotiating goals seem to prioritize getting a better deal for corporations that want to offshore jobs and decrease wages.
Working People Need Fair Currency Rules in #NAFTA
One of the reasons that so-called U.S. “trade” deals (such as the North American Free Trade Agreement, or NAFTA) should really be called “offshoring” deals is that they do not contain any enforceable restrictions on currency misalignment and manipulation.