Office of the United States Trade Representative
NAFTA at 10

The North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) has been a huge success for the United States and its NAFTA partners. It has helped Americans work smarter, earn more and increase purchasing power. It has contributed to more trade, higher productivity, better jobs, and higher wages. In ten years of NAFTA, total trade among the three countries has more than doubled, from $306 billion to $621 billion in 2003. Below are a series of fact sheets, reports, and materials from the NAFTA Free Trade Commission, which met in Montreal on the 10th anniversary of the agreement.

NAFTA Fact Sheets
NAFTA at 10 Report
NAFTA at 10 Report - Spanish
NAFTA at 10 Report - French
NAFTA Commission Announces New Transparency Measures
Contact: Richard Mills/Ricardo Reyes | (202) 395-3230
NAFTA at 10 Free Trade Commission Joint Statement
Joint Statement of NAFTA Governments on Steel Committee
NAFTA Free Trade Commission Statement on Non-Disputing Party Participation
NAFTA Free Trade Commission Statement on Arbitration
NAFTA Free Trade Commission Statement on Open Hearings

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