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How many jobs has NAFTA really cost the U.S.?

Trump's trade czar puts it at 700,000, close to what Bernie Sanders claimed in his presidential run. Others differ. The post How many jobs has NAFTA really cost the U.S.? appeared first on Macleans.ca.
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