Members of the NAFTA:
North American Free Trade Agreement
The NAFTA is a trade agreement that currently consists of three countries in North America and Central America.
All member states comprise a total area of 21.78 million km² and about 496.84 million people. This is 14.4 percent of the habitable area around the world and 6.3 percent of the world population. With an economic output of 26.576 trillion US dollars annually, they represent around 27.53 percent of the global economy. The value of all exported goods from these three countries was 3.801 trillion US dollars per year at last count.
|Canada||1994||38.25 M||9,985,000 km²||1.988 tn US$|
|Mexico||1994||126.71 M||1,964,000 km²||1.273 tn US$|
|United States||1994||331.89 M||9,832,000 km²||23.315 tn US$|
Dependent territoriesSome of the above-mentioned member states have other external territories dependent on them. These are not independent states, but they do have some economic and political autonomy. The NAFTA treaties apply to them at least in part. These countries are not listed as official member states.
|American Samoa||Polynesia||Self-governing territory of the USA|
|Guam||Micronesia||Self-governing unincorporated territory of the United States|
|Northern Marianas||Micronesia||Territory of the United States|
|Outlying Islands||Micronesia||Territory of the United States|
|Puerto Rico||Caribbean||Unincorporated territory of the US|
|Virgin Islands||Caribbean||Self-governing territory of the USA|