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The international sigh of relief that greeted Clinton's NAFTA victory failed to still the tremors of economic anxiety

EL UNIVERSAL, MEXICO: "Under no circumstances must NAFTA be used to attempt to influence the country's course, because principles were never negotiated, only commercial norms."

GLOBE & MAIL, CANADA: "Well, glory be. The elephant is not afraid of the mouse . . . The America that has signed on to NAFTA is a nation that has shown itself willing to engage the world."

LE MONDE, FRANCE: "Washington reckons that the adoption of NAFTA and the perspective of a 'successful' Seattle summit will leave...

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