Renegotiating NAFTA Could Cripple Canadian Apparel Manufacturing, Hurt U.S. More Than You’d Think

While it might sound beneficial for the U.S., as on paper it would indicate more domestic manufacturing, removing the TPL would prevent U.S. companies from enjoying the duty-free shipment of products made with internationally-sourced materials. Really, the only ones who would benefit would be companies that both source and manufacture domestically. And while those companies exist, even mainstays of domestic manufacturing like American Apparel (by way of its new owner, Gildan) have started outsourcing recently.

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