Nafta Essay TopicsWhy don't we get together and come up with our own 'sneak peak' and game about a few of the main points on our Nafta essays. We'll be comparing the differences between our two nations.
The purpose of these two essays is to start building mutual understanding of our two NAFTA countries. We can put together similar-sounding passages in two different countries and find the similarities.
When you've come up with these two Nafta essay topics, do the two of you all agree on what each should be called? We can call it -NAFTA the US and NAFTA Mexico, for example. Or perhaps, we could take the 'stronger, together' moniker, for both the United States and Mexico.
I've been reviewing the materials that you provided and I've come across some ideas for an eBook on things to do in both of our countries. Things like, corporate finance and intellectual property laws and public relations in general.
Of course, that would be a better title for this than it might sound if it were written in English. But it does capture the spirit of the book.
So what sort of issues do you want to touch on in these chapters of the US and Mexico? We'd like to cover aspects like; innovation and entrepreneurship in Mexico and, we should also see some themes on how to improve trade flow in both the US and Mexico. With globalization, there are issues of sovereignty and changes of boundaries.
One particular topic that I've got my eye on is the implications for Mexican business of foreign direct investment. Is it necessary? Does it work?
I'm really looking forward to seeing the Mexican chapter and the US chapter of this eBook. For now, I'd love to know if you folks out there agree that Nafta essays make for a fun exercise or a potentially disappointing real life experience. Maybe, we can brainstorm with some Nafta essay topics about how best to approach the topic.