Discriminatory Trading Arrangements Between the USA and Canada Before CUSTA
Describes and analyses discriminatory trading arrangements between the USA and Canada before CUSTA. The history is useful because it sheds some light on the prospects for NAFTA, but more importantly, it illustrates why an RTA may not come into existence even between countries that share a long common border and trade intensively with one another.
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