NAFTA and energy trade

Ten years ago, officials of the US government would have thought twice about imposing sanctions on three of the world's top 12 oil-producing countries. They would have worried about oil supply. Markets, similarly fretful, would have become nervous. The mere possibility of retaliation in the oil market would have increased prices.

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