Most cross-border smuggling involves food products, cigarettes, textiles, shoes, construction materials, vehicles, fuel and ... arrest, try and penalize (usually by firing squad) smugglers and complicitous border guards, but the illegal trade continues. ... In this case, many of the products would be otherwise unavailable or would be otherwise rendered too expensive if ... of the United States, Mexico and Canada make little effort, relative to the size of the problem and the amount of moneyanbsp;...
|Title||:||A short course in international economics [electronic resource]|
|Author||:||Jeffrey E. Curry|
|Publisher||:||World Trade Press - 2009|