NAFTA: An Assessment
Institute for International Economics, 1993 - Free trade - 164 pages
An assessment of the recently concluded North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA). It assesses the potential impact of NAFTA on trade, investment and employment and covers all major sectors involved in the negotiations: energy, autos, steel, textiles, agriculture and financial services.
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Overview and Scorecard
Trade and Employment
Market Access by Sector
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