Signed 24 years ago, the North American Free Trade Agreement (Nafta) was designed to remove barriers to business between the US, Mexico and Canada, creating the world’s largest free-trade area. Since then, the economies of its three members have been on an upward curve, US and Canadian consumers have benefitted from lower prices and Mexico has seen a boom in manufacturing. But some in the US argue that Nafta has been bad for American factories, jobs and wages. President Trump even called it “the worst trade deal ever made”.
Negotiations are now underway to change the terms of Nafta – and we want to know what automotive logistics professionals think about it. We invite you to take part in the following short survey (answers will be anonymised).