NAFTA: GCs must prepare for worst

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International business and trade experts say GCs should prepare for “a worst case scenario” as Mexico’s national elections and growing uncertainty surrounding the potential economic and social consequences of a NAFTA renegotiation are expected to delay any decision further into the year.

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