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What and/or who provides for a lowering of trade barriers among the United States, Mexico, and Canada
Weegy: North American Free Trade Agreement(NAFTA) The North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) is an agreement signed by Canada, Mexico, and the United States, creating a trilateral trade bloc in North America. [ The agreement came into force on January 1, 1994. It superseded the Canada–United States Free Trade Agreement between the U.S. and Canada. NAFTA has two supplements: the North American Agreement on Environmental Cooperation (NAAEC) and the North American Agreement on Labor Cooperation (NAALC). ] (More)
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carolynbrown, when you take information from another website, you must provide a link to the source.

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Does NAFTA relate to this question "what provides for a lowering of trade barriers among the United States, Mexico, and Canada"
Weegy: Trade pact signed by Canada, the U.S., and Mexico in 1992, which took effect in 1994. Inspired by the success of the European Community in reducing trade barriers among its members, NAFTA created the world's largest free-trade area. [ It basically extended to Mexico the provisions of a 1988 Canada-U.S. free-trade agreement, calling for elimination of all trade barriers over a 15-year period, granting U.S. and Canadian companies access to certain Mexican markets, and incorporating agreements on labour and the environment. General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade; World Trade Organization. ] (More)
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Muslim fundamentalists in Afghanistan
Weegy: is because the countries that rule in those areas are failing to give even the simplest care to those in need. The islamic fundamentalist give the medical care and supplies and build up their trust. [ They then follow right into their religion because the islamics control the education and teach them their beliefs even if they are skewed. Those people see them as saviors of their poverty and fighters for their freedom, not neccessarily in this life, but of life thereafter. ] (More)
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What did some devout Muslims fear would happen as the contact between the Middle East and Western society increased?
Weegy: Muslims believed that traditional beliefs and values would be weakened.Devout Muslims fear of the West is a combination a fear of Imperialism and a perceived decay of human values.Muslim jurists since the ninth century have considered Muslim [ residence in non-Muslim societies to be dangerous. Not only might residence abroad weaken faith and practice, they argued, but migration to non-Muslim areas might also strengthen non-Muslims in their wars against Islam. However, the pronouncement was not absolute. Some scholars legitimized living among the infidels so long as Muslims living outside Islamic lands had no alternative, were helpful to the Muslim cause, and were able to practice their religion. Here the Islamic concept of nationhood comes into play. While Muhammad established a nation with territorial dimensions, to belong to it, one only had to become Muslim in faith and practice. Thus, throughout the Middle Ages, Muslims who lived under Christian rule could still be considered part of the Muslim nation.[4] Throughout the Ottoman period, contacts between Muslim societies and the West were largely limited to trade, diplomacy, and occasional pilgrimage. While migration from Islamic lands to Western countries became more common after the nineteenth century, it was only when the European demand for manual labor grew after World War II that the phenomenon grew in earnest. Renewed migration led Muslim jurists to reexamine religious attitudes toward Muslims living in non-Muslim societies. For the past thirty years, some jurists have sought to define the identity and duties of these emigrants. Through new institutions dedicated to migration and, more recently, using the Internet and satellite television, they both publish literature dedicated to the subject and answer queries from Muslims in the West, a process that facilitates a center-periphery relationship. ] (More)
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Civil war broke out in Bosnia because the ________ in Bosnia wanted to be part of Serbia but the rest of the population of Bosnia wanted to remain part of Bosnia.
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kisses, please restate or reword the question when you answer. Also, please provide a source whenever possible. You can review the rules here
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