Condon examines how NAFTA, WTO, and global business affect the major issues of our time, such as AIDS, global security, and illegal immigration. NAFTA and WTO interact in ways that can make or break a company's strategy. Business strategists must consider the impact of today's rules and how future developments will affect them. However, this book is about more than just business. The globalization of law and business affects the lives of everyone.
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