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March 26, 2006 

Joint Statement Issued Following NAFTA Free Trade Commission Meeting

Officials from the U.S., Canada and Mexico reaffirmed their commitment to the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) during a March 24 meeting of the NAFTA Free Trade Commission in Acapulco, Mexico. U.S. Trade Representative Rob Portman, Mexican Secretary of Economy Sergio García de Alba and Canada Minister of International Trade David Emerson discussed the changing global commercial environment and the implications for North America at the meeting. Following the session, the leaders issued a joint statement reaffirming their commitment to NAFTA and to the removal of impediments to the free flow of goods, services and capital in North America.


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