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United States and Canadian Free Trade Agreement: Economic Implications

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Title: United States and Canadian Free Trade Agreement: Economic Implications
Author: Koo, Won W.; Golz, Joel T.
Description: This was written in the time of NAFTA and the FTA agreements. The FTA was a trade agreement between the USA and Canada concerning imports and exports of agricultural goods. Some confounding variables such as different trade partners and agreements outside the FTA agreement were mentioned. The US had more of an internalized market for it's goods than Canada. Canada was much more in need of US goods than the US of Canadian ones. The FTA gave the US a much more favorable hand over Canada in it's reduction of trade barriers and tariffs. The agreement was perceived as creating more trading volume of both agricultural and industrial goods through trade creation and diversion effects. Several segments of products in each economy are discussed.
Date: 1991
Subject: Trade
Economics
Permalink: http://hdl.handle.net/10365/9536

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