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U.S.-Canada Free Trade Agreement: Factors Contributing to Controversy in Appeals of Trade Remedy Cases to Binational Panels
U.S.-Canada Free Trade Agreement: Factors Contributing to Controversy in Appeals of Trade Remedy Cases to Binational Panels
 
Our Price: $30.00
Year: 1995
Pages: 104
Binding Paperback

Product Code: 0788136593

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Barry Leonard (ed). The U.S.-Canada Free Trade Agree. took effect in 1989, creating the world’s largest free trade area at that time. It also established binational reveiw panels (BRP) to settle disputes. This report summarizes U.S. & Canadian expectations for the BRP process, developes a statistical overview of BRP activity & decisions, identifies & analyzes the participants’ views on points of satisfaction & dissatisfaction with the BRP process, & identifies some other factors that may have contributed to the controversy over the BRP process in general.

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