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North American Free Trade Agreement Syllabification: North A·mer·i·can Free Trade A·gree·ment
(abbreviation: NAFTA)

Definition of North American Free Trade Agreement in English:

An agreement that came into effect in January 1994 between the US, Canada, and Mexico to remove barriers to trade between the three countries over a ten-year period.

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