Replace NAFTA with a New Deal
The World Trade Organization (WTO) has just ruled that Mexico can impose $163 million annually against the United States as long we keep the popular, effective “dolphin-safe” labels on cans of tuna fish.
This case is yet more proof that our corporate-rigged trade model needs drastic changes.
The upcoming NAFTA renegotiation is an opportunity to settle longstanding disputes over dolphin-safe tuna and country-of-origin meat labels — in addition to other critical NAFTA reforms. But we need to get it done right.