Created from NAFTA: The Structure, Function, and Significance of the Treaty's Related Institutions

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M.E. Sharpe, 2000 - Business & Economics - 257 pages
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The North American Free Trade Agreement involved much more than simple trade barrier reduction. This volume provides an in-depth examination and analysis of the structure, functions, and performance of the NAFTA institutions from their inception.
 

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Contents

Development of the North American Free Trade Agreement
3
NAFTARelated Institutions in the Context of Theory
14
The Free Trade Commission
24
Commission for Labor Cooperation and National Administrative Offices
33
North American Agreement on Labor Cooperation
53
North American Commission for Environmental Cooperation
90
Recommendations of the Independent Review Committee
118
North American Agreement on Environmental Cooperation
123
Border Environment Cooperation Commission and North American Development Bank
161
Charter of North American Development Bank and Border Environment Cooperation Commission
178
Other Dispute Settlement Mechanisms
223
Summary and Conclusions
236
Bibliography
245
Web Pages of NAFTARelated Institutions
252
Index
253
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