NAFTA in the New Millennium

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Edward J. Chambers, Peter H. Smith
Center for U.S.-Mexican Studies, University of California, San Diego, 2002 - Political Science - 504 pages
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In the eight years since NAFTA's implementation, leaders and citizens in member countries have gained a sense of what the agreement is and is not, what it can and cannot do. NAFTA has resolved some problems but revealed (or created) others. Contributors to this volume examine NAFTA's performance and impact, the degree of support it enjoys in the member countries, prospects for short- and longer-term change, and NAFTA's place in the still-evolving world economy.

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