President Bill Clinton signed the North American Free Trade Agreement in December 1993, eliminating all tariffs and trade restrictions among the U.S., Canada, and Mexico. The treaty, though, has always been controversial in all three nations. Two decades later, we examine its impacts, and which predictions about it have come true.
The European economy has been struggling for the past half-decade, now the latest trouble comes from Cyprus. Although tiny in size, many worry that its problems will spill over to larger countries and even across the Atlantic to the United States. We’ll look closer at what’s happening and whether we’ll feel an impact in New Hampshire.