C3 1990; updated through January 1996. Customs Service and the International Trade Administration Department of Commerce. It contains an annotated text in French and English with references to the U. A must read for those interested in all things North American! Requests for Panel Review under the dispute resolution procedures also appear in the Federal Register. The text of the agreement is available electronically in multiple sources, but a particularly reliable one is the website.
. Side Agreements can be found at 32 I. This loose-leaf includes texts of documents consisting of the first bilateral U. Department of State contains expropriation and other international investment disputes between North American investors and the governments of Canada, Mexico or the U. A recipient of several fellowships and teaching awards, he received his Political Science PhD from the University of Pennsylvania in 1989 and is from Bangladesh. A55 F68 1994 includes lists of acronyms and addresses of resources for information in Canada, Mexico and the U. Table of Contents Nafta's Fifteen Year Itch North American Economic Integration in Theoretical Context: Neo-Functionalism or not Functional? This is one of the best places to look for references to primary and secondary Canadian sources.
Internet Sources The includes the text of the agreement, panel reports and other useful documents. Author: Imtiaz Hussain Publisher: New York : Palgrave Macmillan, 2012. It is designed to remove tariff barriers between the U. Solidly grounded in theory and data, the book is a wealth of information on domestic politics, economic imperatives, and foreign policy interests of Mexico, Canada, and the United States. The gives information on commercial and economic conditions and tariff rates.
Author Biography Imtiaz Hussain is Professor of International Relations in Mexico City's Universidad Iberoamericana, where he teaches International Relations, Negotiations, and Regional Integration Theories. Addressing policy-makers, scholars, and graduate students, the manuscript carries messages too relevant for every upwardly-mobile and downwardly-stranded citizens in Canada, Mexico, and the United States to ignore. An interagency effort, , provides information and news on trade agreements. T73 1997 explains the dispute resolution process and outlines activities of working groups and committees. Pooling Empirical Observations: Nafta an Integrative Camelot? Draft negotiating texts of Chapter 11 are available on the website of the. The negotiating history of Chapter 20 is also available on the. These sites include the text of the agreement, news, statistical information and links to other resources.
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