The North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA), is an
outstanding demonstration of the rewards to outward-looking countries
that implement policies of trade liberalization as a way to increase wealth
and improve competitiveness. The NAFTA is an example of the benefits
that all countries could derive from moving forward with multilateral
trade liberalization. Farmers, workers and manufacturers benefit from
the reduction of arbitrary and discriminatory trade rules, while consumers
enjoy lower prices and more choices.