NAFTA-Style Deals in Effect
Learn more about the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA).
Latest on NAFTA Outcomes
Read our new memo about NAFTA's Broken Promises.
Other NAFTA Expansions
In addition to our NAFTA section, visit our in-depth sections on each of these NAFTA expansion agreements:
Despite overwhelming evidence that the NAFTA model is a failure, there have been and remain numerous attempts to expand this model to more countries around the world.
NAFTA expansion agreements with Colombia, Panama and South Korea passed in 2011. The largest NAFTA expansion agreement to date, the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP), is currently being negotiated between the U.S. and 11 countries in the Asia-Pacific. Additionally, in the past several years, NAFTA expansion agreements have been passed - by razor-thin margins and with numerous last-minute arm-twisting techniques - with Peru, Oman and five Central American countries and the Dominican Republic (collectively under CAFTA,
Central America Free Trade Agreement.)
The Free Trade Area of the Americas (FTAA), which was originally envisioned as NAFTA for the entire Western Hemisphere except Cuba, yet would have gone far beyond even NAFTA in its scope, was derailed by public opposition across the Americans and Caribbean.