manufacturers to move jobs to lower-cost Mexico. The manufacturers that remained lowered wages to compete in those industries”(Amadeo, 2012). Movement of jobs from US to Mexico will definitely create problems in America. America is already struggling to find enough job opportunities to its citizens. Manpower costs in America is extremely higher than that in Mexico which encourages American companies to get their work done from Mexico easily by exploiting the norms of NAFTA. Mexico is benefitted immensely because of its ability to attract American organizations in utilizing their manpower.“The second disadvantage was that many of Mexico's farmers were put out of business by U.-subsidized farm products. NAFTA provisions for Mexican labor and environmental protection were not strong enough to prevent those workers from being exploited” (Amadeo, 2012). Although Mexicans are benefitted from the movement of jobs from America to their country, they are facing immense problems because of the intrusions of American agricultural products in their territory. Mexican farmers are not getting enough prices to their agricultural products because of the intrusion of the cheap agricultural products from America. . Trading Blocs NAFTA Case Study.
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