Autor/en: Jerry M. Rosenberg
22. November 1994 - gebunden - 574 Seiten
As the prime force behind trade throughout the Western Hemisphere, the United States is emerging with two trade projects--the newly-signed North American Free Trade Agreement and the projected, New American Community. This volume provides a clear, concise guide to all aspects of the 5-volume NAFTA accord, its side agreements, and the unfolding New American Community. It covers specific issues, rationalizations, ideologies, controversies, and recommended actions. With special emphasis on the North American Free Trade Agreement, the volume will provide a major resource for both academics and decision makers in industry and government.
?This reference volume has a clear, concise definitions and explanations of concepts, specific issues, rationalizations, ideologies, controversies, and recommended actions in the 5-volume, 2,000-page treaty called the North American Free Trade Agreement(NAFTA) between Cananda, Mexico, and the United States. ... Scince there is so much controversy and misunderstanding about NAFTA, this encyclopedia would provide quick-reference action in reguard to the interpretation of the document itself. ... the encyclopedia is reccommened for all bussiness and historical economics collections, plus special libraries dealing international trade.?-ARBA
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