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NAFTA in the New Millennium

NAFTA in the New Millennium - 03 edition

ISBN13: 978-0888643865

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ISBN13: 978-0888643865
ISBN10: 0888643861 Edition: 03
Copyright: 2003
Publisher: University of Alberta Press
Published: 2003
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NAFTA in the New Millennium - 03 edition

ISBN13: 978-0888643865

Edward J. Chambers and Peter H. Eds. Smith

ISBN13: 978-0888643865
ISBN10: 0888643861 Edition: 03
Copyright: 2003
Publisher: University of Alberta Press
Published: 2003
International: No
Summary

The North American Free Trade Agreement binds Canada, Mexico, and the United States together in an ambitious and far-reaching experiment in regional economic integration. As we enter the new millennium, a central concern is whether NAFTA should be amended or reformed and how it might become the foundation for a hemispheric Free Trade Area of the Americas (FTAA). To assess these possibilities, NAFTA in the New Millennium raises key questions:

  • How has NAFTA performed and how has it affected the member countries?
  • Is there popular support for NAFTA in Canada, Mexico, and the United States?
  • What are the prospects for change in the foreseeable future and for the longer term?
  • How does NAFTA fit into the still-evolving world economy? What is its relationship to other regional integration schemes and to multilateral connections on a global scale? Prominent contributors from Canada, Mexico, and the United States examine broad dimensions of NAFTA's history, politics, economics, and outlooks for future development.

They address such topics as:

  • The rise of "free trade" as an idea
  • Occupational status and perceptions of NAFTA
  • Immigration policy and economic integration
  • The need for a social development fund
  • Prospects for dollarization
  • The impact of 9/11/01 on regional and hemispheric trade negotiations. We acknowledge the contributions of the Western Centre for Economic Research and Government of Alberta Department of International and Intergovernmental Relations.
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