Analyzes the performance of the industry after the North American Free-Trade Agreement took effect, in each of the three countries and on the continent as a whole. Also looks at the impact of environmental regulations. The studies were funded by automobile companies and reviewed by personnel representing them. Annotation copyrighted by Book News, Inc., Portland, ORAll vehicle assemblers (except Volvo) also have in-house component-parts production facilities that account for over one-third of the ... In 1996, they produced a total of 2.37 million vehicles (1.28 million passenger cars and 1.09 million light-duty trucks), ... The exceptions are Honda Civic, Dodge Intrepid, Chrysler minivans, and Ford and GM pickup trucks that are made in both U.S. and Canadian plants.
|Title||:||The North American Auto Industry Under NAFTA|
|Author||:||Sidney Weintraub, Christopher Sands|
|Publisher||:||CSIS - 1998|