12/17/1992: Pres. Bush Signs NAFTA

NAFTA agreement opens free trade between the U.S., Mexico and Canada.
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Transcript for 12/17/1992: Pres. Bush Signs NAFTA
President Bush picked an appropriately symbolic setting today the -- the North American Free Trade Agreement. Between the US Mexico and Canada. He was at the headquarters of the Organization of American States in Washington the agreement will create a free trade zone throughout North America. The agreement was also signed in Mexico City by president Salinas and an -- -- by the Canadian prime minister Brian -- Rooney. Governor Clinton has endorsed the free trade agreement that says he would like better protection for American workers.

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