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Mexican official says NAFTA includes superhighways

‘Transportation linking the United States, Mexico and Canada is key to the future’

By Jerome R. Corsi
© 2008 WorldNetDaily

While President Bush and other U.S. officials have derided fears of a NAFTA superhighway as merely conspiracy theory, a Mexican transportation expert contends the trade agreement includes plans for a network of international ship, rail and truck connections to deliver consumer goods from China and the Far East to Mexico, the U.S. and Canada.

“Transportation linking the United States, Mexico and Canada is key to the future of NAFTA,” Eduardo Aspero, president of the Mexican Intermodal Association, told a recent luncheon sponsored by the Free Trade Alliance San Antonio.

In transportation economics, the term “intermodal” refers to the ability to move a container by crane to different modes of transportation, including ship, truck and railroad, without having to unpack or repack the container.  More from WorldNetDaily

March 19, 2008 Posted by | Border Security, Homeland Security, NAFTA | , , , , | Leave a comment