Calderon: Dropping NAFTA Would Damage Economy

Posted on Wednesday, April 23 at 06:45 by NAUWATCH
By Jerome R. Corsi
© 2008 WorldNetDaily 

Mexican President Felipe Calderon says changes in the North American Free Trade Agreement would "provoke considerable damage on the economy" and would condemn North America "as a region to compete from a position of backwardness in today's world."

His concern was raised at the two-day North American Leaders Summit meeting here at least partly because of the pressure President George Bush has been receiving on his economic policies, which have included pursuit of a number of additional free trade agreements such as a proposal to establish such trade routes with Colombia.

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