Nafta Influence On Mexican Immigration

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The signing of the NAFTA agreement led to a high migration of Mexicans into the United States. Although there were restrictions in the migration process, a lot more people found their way into the US as compared to the time when NAFTA had not been ratified. This move seemed to benefit only the United States. There was a kind of exploitation of the poor Mexicans who went to seek employment opportunities in the American soil. Companies would hire the Mexicans in the lowly placed jobs and underpay them. The American companies would go ahead to make exorbitant profits at the expense of the poor Mexicans. As such, the treaty was seen as beneficial only on the side of America looking at the situation of the general population. Neoliberalism has played

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