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US-Mexico Relations / Free Trade Agreement #587524

NBC Evening News for Sunday, Jul 12, 1992
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(Studio: Garrick Utley) Report introduced.

(San Diego: George Lewis) Politics behind a proposed free trade agreement between the United States and Mexico examined; positions of President Bush and Mexican President Carlos Salinas de Gortari on the issue outlined. [On April 24, BUSH - says he wants a North American free trade area of US-Mexico-Canada.] [On June 24, undeclared candidate Ross PEROT - opposes free trade.] [Financial newspaper editor Raymundo RIVA PALACIO - says Salinas will be seen as a liar if free trade fails.] [University of California at San Diego Center for US-Mexican Studies Catherine THORUP - says agreement will be signed soon.] View that cheap Mexican labor would hurt the American worker if a deal were struck outlined.

Reporter(s):
Lewis, George;
Utley, Garrick
Duration:
00:02:30

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