Definitions for NAFTAˈnæf tə
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Nafta was an oil distribution chain owned by the Soviet Union but operating abroad. In the 1920s, a Nafta chain operated in Sweden, before being sold to Gulf Oil in 1937. In the UK and Belgium a petrol chain was built up in the 1960s, with the British service stations being sold to Q8 in 1987. It is rumoured that these were used as spy bases during the Cold War
The numerical value of NAFTA in Chaldean Numerology is: 1
The numerical value of NAFTA in Pythagorean Numerology is: 6
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NAFTA is still controversial, but people will thank me for it in 20 years.
NAFTA and the way it's been implemented have hurt a lot of American workers.
Imagine the Mexicans looking at the cancellation of NAFTA, what effect it would have on them.
They want to have TPP, the Trans-Pacific Partnership, one of the worst deals, and it ’ll be the worst deal since NAFTA.
NAFTA and the way it's been implemented has hurt a lot of American workers, clearly we have to have a broad reform in how we approach trade.
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