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spite of brexit, e e.u. is the biggest market for british goods? why? because they are there. china is leading the way to what arcep.ll countries . without the u.s. dollars. that's division. and may not happen for seven years or 10 years, but they are billing rouds from loose, china, they are getting ready. let's look at the americas. we are slinttered. . ide from naftave there are a lot of different things, but isn't one america. he crown jewel that we have is nafta and i hope we think about as role that our region play we are competing with other regions in the world. and we would much rather have jobs stay here in the hemisphere and it is an economic reality. and again, i hope we keep that in mind. we have the opportunities to see a massive shift of wealth if we could get our act together and build energy supply chabes. we have the oil and the goods and this is the time we could be doing that and negotiating that. by 015, mexico will be the seventh largest economy in the world. our southern neighbor. and canada will ails be one of the most developed per capita income economies. n
there. today in asia, china is leading the way toward what they call rsep. some call it as onplus three or asean plus four. the three south asian countries plus korea, japan and china. without the u.s., without the u.s. dollar. that's the vision. it may not happen for seven years, for ten years, but today as we speak, they're building roads going down through vietnam, laos, from china. they're getting ready. so let's look at the americas. we are fragmented. we're splintered. there's -- aside from nafta, there's cafta, you name it, the pacific alliance. there are a lot of different things but there isn't one americas. the crown jewel that we do have is nafta. and i hope that we also think about the role that our region plays as we are competing with other regions in the world. we would much rather have jobs stay here in the hemisphere than go to asia. and that is a reality. it becomes an economic reality and it becomes a national security reality. again, i hope we keep that in mind. energy supply chains. we have the opportunity to see a massive shift of wealth from the east to the
problem shows the issue with the u.k. now and eu with trade. china is now leading the way the 10 southeast asian countries in one big trading block. all that without the u.s. dollar. that is the vision. it may not happen for 10 years or so, but it is being talked about. they are getting ready. so, let us look at the americas. we are fragmented and splintered. , there are thea pacific lines in a lot of different things, but there is not one americas. the crown jewel we have is nafta. i hope we also think about the role that our region plays as we compete with other regions in the world. we would much rather have jobs stay here in the hemisphere than go to asia. and that is a reality. it becomes an economic reality in a national security reality. again, i hope we keep that in mind. energy supply chains -- we have the opportunity to see a massive shift of wealth from the east to the west if we can get our act together regionally and build energy supply chains. we have the oil, and we have the gas. this is a time where we could be doing that. this is a time where we could be negotiat
competitive. so one of the risks to the united states if we break this up, what does this mean for china and for china's position in the world with a less competitive unified north america? >> well, the integration which has occurred and accelerated, facilitated by the nafta really started with u.s./canada on the auto agreements. >> that's right. >> which then became a u.s./canada agreement more generally, but autos had dominated, i think, also, the nafta considerations. once the u.s., canada, and then mexico got into the final nafta and what we've seen is a dramatic shift in which the automobile industry in this country which was being battered, if you will by japanese competition, was able to steady itself, engaged not only using the nafta rules, but were during the same period, saw the increase in technology which allowed the supply chains to span the borders, very, very quickly. there's no question that technology has had an enormous disruptive effect on manufacturing jobs. in the united states, i presume canada has certainly felt a similar situation, but we in the united states, our man
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