Mexico: Maquiladoras and Foreign Trade

June 16, 2015
Christopher Barlow

The North American Free Trade Agreement 20 years ago ushered in a new era of interplay between nations and multinationals corporations that continues to impact cross-border commerce.  The agreement helped contract manufacturing flourish in Mexico, as multinational companies used the country to lower production costs while simultaneously satisfying the voracious consumer demand for its northern neighbors.

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