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Over a barrel : exiting from NAFTA's proportionality clause

Author: Gordon Laxer; John Dillon; Parkland Institute.; Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives.
Publisher: Edmonton, Alta. : Parkland Institute, 2008
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"Both conventional oil and gas have peaked in Canada. The nation is running out of natural gas. Yet Canada cannot stretch out dwindling stocks for Canadian needs by cutting exports. Instead, more than half of its gas has to be made available to the U.S. Canada could also be prevented from providing its own oil to its own citizens in an international oil shortage. The reason: the proportionality clause in NAFTA."
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Gordon Laxer; John Dillon; Parkland Institute.; Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives.
OCLC Number: 314203907
Notes: "May 2008."
This report was published by the Parkland Institute and the Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives.
Description: 1 online resource (iv, 46 p. : ill.)
Responsibility: by Gordon Laxer and John Dillon.
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"Both conventional oil and gas have peaked in Canada. The nation is running out of natural gas. Yet Canada cannot stretch out dwindling stocks for Canadian needs by cutting exports. Instead, more than half of its gas has to be made available to the U.S. Canada could also be prevented from providing its own oil to its own citizens in an international oil shortage. The reason: the proportionality clause in NAFTA."

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