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Learn more about how trade policies affect farmers and agricultural production around the globe.
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Learn more about how NAFTA, the WTO and other trade agreements destroy good jobs and exert downward pressure on wages.
Learn more about how current trade policies encourage companies to send their production (and jobs) offshore.
Learn more about how our current policies are rapidly increasing an already enormous trade deficit.
Learn more about how environmental protections and public health regulations are threatened by trade agreements.
Learn more about how trade agreements undermine the safety of imported food and products.
Learn more about the undemocratic trade tribunals that are empowered to overrule domestic law.
Learn more about the trade agreement-enforced downward pressure on global standards and regulations.
Learn more about how trade agreements constrict state and local policymaking authority.
Learn more about the NAFTA "Chapter 11" model of radical private foreign investor protections.
Learn more about how energy and climate change policies are affected by restrictions in the WTO, NAFTA and similar trade agreements.
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Learn more about how the radical deregulatory agenda of the WTO and other "trade" agreements has been a root cause of the current global financial crisis.
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Learn more about the WTO's General Agreement On Trade in Services (GATS).
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