This book includes papers on those aspects of the Free Trade Agreement covering dispute resolution mechanisms, the auto sector, implications of the energy provisions, services and investment, and implications for the Uruguay Round. Overview chapters from both the Canadian and American perspectives are included.One would think, therefore, that Canada would not object to eliminating the safeguards. ... Auto Pact members receive multilateral duty-free import privileges. ... Both have responded by imposing quantity restraints on imports from Japan.
|Title||:||The Canada-United States Free Trade Agreement|
|Author||:||Jeffrey J. Schott, Murray Gordon Smith, Institute for International Economics (U.S.), Institute for Research on Public Policy|
|Publisher||:||IRPP - 1988|