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Mexico and the North American Free Trade Agreement : who will benefit?

Author: V Bulmer-Thomas; Nikki Craske; Mónica Serrano
Publisher: New York : St. Martin's Press, 1994.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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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. In addition, the evercloser integration between Mexico and the rest of North America carries implications for  Read more...
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Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: V Bulmer-Thomas; Nikki Craske; Mónica Serrano
ISBN: 0312121768 9780312121761
OCLC Number: 29846728
Description: xvi, 257 pages : illustrations, map ; 22 cm
Contents: Mexico and NAFTA: economic effects and the bargaining process / Jaime Ros --
Is Mexico a back door to the US market or a niche in the world's largest free trade area? / Adriaan Ten Kate --
The Mexican financial system and NAFTA: a Mexican perspective / Kirsten Appendini --
NAFTA and labour migration to the United States / Jorge Bustamante --
NAFTA and the environment / Roberto Sanchez --
Is there an alternative? The political constraints on NAFTA / Adolfo Aguilar Zinser --
The impact of NAFTA on the Latin American economies / E.V.K. FitzGerald. Canada's role in NAFTA: to what degree has it been defensive? / Ronald Wonnacott --
Is NAFTA more than a free trade agreement? A view from the United States / William C. Gruben, John Welch.
Responsibility: edited by Victor Bulmer-Thomas, Nikki Craske, and Mónica Serrano.
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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. 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. All of these changes must be managed within a political system which has traditionally resolved such pressures in a relatively authoritarian way. This book explores the economic as well as socio-political dimensions of the changes expected in Mexico and the question whether economic liberalisation will necessarily lead to political liberalisation.

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