Making Free Trade Work: The Canada-U.S. Agreement

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Making Free Trade Work: The Canada-U.S. Agreement

Edited by Peter Morici
Council on Foreign Relations Press, 1990
182 pp. $17.95

Guided by one of the leading American experts on Canadian-American economic relations, six specialists from both countries sharply delineate the major problems involved in giving reality to the free trade area agreement. Their subjects are subsidies, economic adjustment, new institutions, Mexico's interest, future trade policy and the problem of international competitiveness that faces both countries (a specialty of Morici, who writes about it).

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