Even people in the 90s could see the writing on the wall regarding NAFTA, you on the other hand can't even see it from the privileged position of the presenthttps://www.nbc.com/saturday-night-live/video/mexican-stereotype/n10486
I already posted this up thread but in case you missed it: this sort of scene has been playing out across the country for decades thanks to "free trade agreements" with weak currency/slave labor countrieshttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4ihPDS3O54k>OH NO! GLOBALISM BAD! ECONOMICS CONFUSING!
Regards, a mentally ill and sheltered trust fund kid that's literally never had a job in his life, but on the off chance you ever lifted a single finger to work feel free to go on a long-winded tangent about this flippant statement to try and distract from how consistently wrong you are lmao>NAFTA WAS EVIL SO WE CHANGED THE NAME TO USMCA WHILE MAKING VERY LITTLE CHANGES
Don't pretend for a moment you've ever read the terms when you can't even bother to read the replies to you in this thread with good faith.>Starting in 2020, 30 percent of vehicle production must be done by workers earning an average production wage of at least $16 per hour.>That’s about three times the pay of the average Mexican autoworker. In 2023, the production percentage rises to 40 percent
This alone decentivizes production leaving the US further while still allowing the current status quo to proceed without too violent a disruption in too short of a timehttps://www.usatoday.com/story/news/2018/10/01/comparison-nafta-and-usmca-trade-agreements/1487163002/>everything you care about is a distraction
Not an argument