This morning I was listening to the various political talking heads discussing the immigration into the U.S. from countries like Honduras, El Salvador, etc.
Where is the International Monetary Fund (IMF)?
It's interesting that the U.S. is increasing ever more "Foreign Trade Agreements." such as ASEAN with central and South America agreements that are changing the capital flows, trade and the underlying economics.
And if you notice none of the candidates for U.S. Senate are saying anything about all of this. Instead, one of the candidates (Rubens) wants to construct a wall between the U.S. and Mexico to "keep the jobs here."
Free Trade Agreements change things this is well known and well documented.
I'm actually a supporter of alot of these free trade agreeements, or at least the idea of them. Opening new markets and areas of the world can be a good thing. This instead of "building fences."
Good fences do not make for good neighbors.