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North American Free Trade Agreement NAFTA

Country Ascending order Descending order Area Ascending order Descending order Population Ascending order Descending order GDP / Person Ascending order Descending order GDP Ascending order Descending order People density Ascending order Descending order
Canada 9,970,610 km2 32,805,041 Person 20,500 $ / Person 672,503,340,500 $ 3 Person / km2
Mexico 1,958,200 km2 106,202,903 Person 4,125 $ / Person 438,086,974,875 $ 54 Person / km2
United States of America 9,529,060 km2 295,734,134 Person 25,690 $ / Person 7,597,409,902,460 $ 31 Person / km2
Summary 21,457,870 km2 434,742,078 Person 20,030 $ / Person 8,708,000,217,835 $ 20 Person / km2

The North American Free Trade Agreement was negotiated between the United States, Mexico and Canada between 1991 and 1993. It supplements the earlier US-Canada accord, which had been in operation since January 1, 1989 and extends the principle of the free movement of trade and financial services to Mexico as well. In a sense, the agreement simply formalizes the extensive economic ties that Mexico and Canada have with the U.S. A wide-ranging trade and commerce liberalization pact among the United States, Mexico and Canada. But NAFTA and its subsequent parallel agreements have also established timetables and mechanisms to eliminate the vast majority of remaining trade and investment barriers in North America by 2009.