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If not for CAFTA, artists working in communities such as Grand Junction and West Cliff, for example, might not have access to seasoned attorneys specializing in entertainment law.
The superscript 0 and 1 represent the level of price or utility in the period before and after the implementation of CAFTA (Central American Free Trade Agreement) respectively.
However, it can be asserted that CAFTA is likely to facilitate dietary shifts, and increase the rate of change, where other conditions are favorable, in both supply and demand.
The debt has eased somewhat as infrastructure spending has diminished, but the needed legislation will not happen until the CAFTA issue is resolved.
Ambassador to Costa Rica Mark Langdale visited textile factories and threatened workers, saying if CAFTA wasn't passed, the factories would all close.
In the meantime, CAFTA and SPP are being used to ratchet up the broadening and deepening processes in preparation for a future reintroduction of the FTAA.
sugar industry stated that the CBO analysis "confirms CAFTA would make it impossible for the United States to maintain a sugar program that operates at no cost to federal taxpayers.
CAFTA would reduce trade barriers between the United States, the Dominican Republic, Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras and Nicaragua.
Chamber of Commerce conducted a study which Mark Smith, Managing Director for Western Hemisphere Affairs for the Chamber, was involved in, and he says, "What we projected in the 11 states (analyzed in the study) over the first year of CAFTA .
CAFTA would create a free-trade area between the United States, the Dominican Republic, and five Central American countries--Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, and Nicaragua: Its supporters say it would make more than 80% of U.
Dominican Republic approves CAFTA: The Dominican Republic has approved its participation in CAFTA, raising to four the number of CAFTA countries that have approved the free trade agreement with the United States.