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A new report by the Center for American Progress shows that most people believe “free trade between the U.S. and Mexico will lead to higher unemployment” in the United States, which doesn’t have an exit tax on auto parts imports.
In fact, 47 percent of Americans believe “trade between the U.S. and Mexico will lead to higher unemployment,” versus 18 percent for “trade with other countries.” While that means nearly 60 percent of the population doesn’t believe free trade between American states creates “upward pressure on wages in the U.S,” that also implies that more than half of Americans believe the U.S. will be paying a tax, which is why the country is considering an exit tax on U.S. imports.
In all, “free trade between the U.S. and Mexico will not lead to upwind (jobless) pressure,” the study asserts, and it’s certainly
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