NAFTA and trade liberalization in the Americas
Bureau of Business Research, Graduate School of Business, 1995 - Business & Economics - 309 pages
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Modeling NAFTAs Economic Effects
The Effects of NAFTA on the Mexican Economy
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agricultural products American Free Trade Argentina assembly average Banco de Mexico banking system barriers Brazil Canada Canadian capital Central European CGE model changes Chile Chilean Colombia common market comparative advantage competition components Computable General Equilibrium corn costs crops deficit developing countries domestic economic effects elasticity exchange rate factors firms flexible foreign Free Trade Agreement free trade area gains impact implemented income increase inflation institutions integration interest rates International Trade Commission investment irrigated labor Latin American countries LIB2 livestock macroeconomic manufacturing maquila maquiladora maquiladora industry ment MERCOSUR Mexican banks Mexican economy Mexican exports Mexican market MUFTA NAFTA nonbank nontariff North American Free pact percent percentage period pesos rainfed reduced reforms regional relative sector share sorghum soybeans structure tariff tion trade diversion trade liberalization trade pact U.S. banks U.S. dollars U.S. imports U.S. International Trade U.S. markets United wages