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Economic crisis stalls NAFTA superhighway

December 16, 2008
Jerome Corsi

In the midst of an economic storm, there is good news for those opposing North American integration under the Security and Prosperity Partnership of North America, or SPP, Jerome Corsi’s Red Alert reports.

As the U.S. and global economy slows, the volume of freight being moved internationally over “intermodal” ship-train-truck connections is also slowing. This is reducing the immediate pressure to reconfigure the U.S. transportations system into a global network for moving containers.

“Still, the pressure to reconfigure the U.S. into NAFTA Superhighway container-moving structures should be expected to resume, perhaps even as a stimulus to jump start now lagging global ‘free trade,'” Corsi wrote.

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