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Plan of the Book The book is divided into two parts.
The North American Free Trade Agreement negotiated between the governments of the . Mexico, and Canada, removed traditional barriers to trade and investment in the member countries. To qualify for tariff concessions under NAFTA, goods had to be produced within the NAFTA region, incorporate only those non-NAFTA materials that are sufficiently processed in North America and meet minimum content requirements (Wise 1998). Plan of the Book The book is divided into two parts.
The authors, one an ethicist and the other an economist, look at the issue of free trade with Mexico and other low wage rate countries from the viewpoints of their disciplines. The conclusion of the paper is that these disciplines differ on their priorities and analytical methods, not on their objectives.
The book covered the wide range of implcations and issues involved with the drafting and implimentation of NAFTA. It covers the issues thouroughly with very little bias.
Trade Liberalisation, the Peso, and Mexico's Commodity Trade Flows with the United States. The Moment of Truth has come for the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA). The Journal of Development Studies, Vol. 45, Issue. The US Congress will have to stop talking and vote to accept or reject the agreement negotiated among Canada, Mexico, and the United States. The disagreement on NAFTA in the United States is about free trade with Mexico, not with Canada. A US-Canada free trade agreement (FTA) already exists. This controversy over NAFTA has been fierce in the United States, much more so than in Mexico.
From the early nineteenth century, trade was a divisive issue in American politics-and the fault-line fell fairly neatly between slave and non-slave states. Northern manufacturers sought the protection of high tariffs on competing imports; southern cotton producers backed open trade policies to promote their exports. Four years later, however, the tide started to reverse. At that time, President Franklin Roosevelt’s Secretary of State, Cordell Hull, was a dyed-in-the-wool free-trader (reflecting the interests of his state of Tennessee) and he was determined to reverse the high-tariff policies embodied in the the Smoot-Hawley act.
By joining in a free trade agreement with Canada and the United States, Mexico has . In addition, the evercloser integration between Mexico and the rest of North America carries implications for Mexico's relationship with the rest of the world.
By joining in a free trade agreement with Canada and the United States, Mexico has become the first independent developing country to be integrated with developed countries. While Mexico is expected to derive net benefits from this arrangement, it is clear that there will be losers as well as gainers. All of these changes must be managed within a political system which has traditionally resolved such pressures in a relatively authoritarian way.
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Author: Siegfried Marks
Publisher: University of Miami, North-South Center (1991)
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