Publication - Structural Changes as a Source of Trade Dispute under NAFTA-Executive Summary-Seventh Agricultural and Food Policy Information Workshop-Policy Disputes Information Consortium-February 2001

Title in English
Structural Changes as a Source of Trade Dispute under NAFTA-Executive Summary-Seventh Agricultural and Food Policy Information Workshop-Policy Disputes Information Consortium-February 2001
Publication ID
9471E
Published Year
2001
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Author(s)
  • Dixit, Praveen
  • Gellner, Jack
  • Knutson, Ronald D.
  • Loyns, R.M.A.
  • MacGregor, Robert
  • Meilke, Karl
  • Ochoa, Rene F.
  • Schwartz, Renée A.
  • Unez Naude, Antonio
  • Zahniser, Steven
Organization
Subject(s)
Type
Web Publication
Cost
Free Publication
Language
English
Region
Ottawa/Hull (NCR)
Status
Available on the Web
Pages
1-14
Summary in English
NAFTA was defined in the workshop as a being composed of the three accords between the US and Canada, Mexico and the US, and Canada and Mexico. These agreements were designed to eliminate tariff and nontariff barriers to the movement of agricultural products.
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