Driving Continentally: National Policies and the North American Auto Industry

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Maureen Molot
McGill-Queen's Press - MQUP, May 15, 1993 - Business & Economics - 377 pages
The papers in this collection provide important new material on this industry in crisis which is critical to the economies of the U.S., Canada and Mexico. The authors examine major changes in the industry, and how government policies in the three countries have promoted, protected and shaped it.
 

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Contents

1 Introduction
1
Towards an Integrated North American Automobile Industry
23
A Comparative Perspective
63
The Cases of Brazil and Mexico
101
Implications for North American Suppliers
135
State Government Response to a Changing International Environment
163
Sources and Consequences of US Automobile Air Pollution Standards
181
Divergent Fortunes
209
The Case of Mexico
231
10 The Effect of the CanadaUS Free Trade Agreement on the Auto Pact
255
11 Alternative Approaches to North American Free Trade and the Auto Industry
285
12 Continental Integration and the Future of the North American Auto Sector
303
Mexicos New Role
329
14 The Mexican Automotive Industry in the NAFTA Negotiations
353
15 Prospects for the Mexican Automotive Industry in the Context of a North American Free Trade Agreement
371
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