Latin American Studies Association XVIII International Congress, Atlanta, Georgia, March 10-12, 1994
Latin American Studies Association
The proposed North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA)1 between Canada, the United States of America and Mexico is a logical and perhaps inevitable extensions of the 1989 Free Trade Agreement (FTA) between Canada and the U.S.A. Both agreements are controversial and massive public opposition to them exists in all three countries2 for good reasons, as we shall see. The citizens of these three democracies have never been provided with a credible explanation of the need for agreement.
Burke, Melvin, "The Political Economy of NAFTA: The Global Crisis and Mexico" (1994). School of Economics Faculty Scholarship. 17.
Burke, Melvin. "Political economy of NAFTA: the global crisis and Mexico." Latin American Studies Association XVIII International Congress, Atlanta, Georgia, March 10-12, 1994. Atlanta: Latin American Studies Association.
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