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International Trade: U.S. Agencies Need Greater Focus to Support Mexico’s Successful Transition to Liberalized Agricultural Trade Under NAFTA
Loren Yager (au)
In 1994, the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) created the world’s largest free trade area &, among other things, reduced or eliminated barriers for U.S. agricultural exports to Mexico’s vast & growing markets. This report: (1) identifies progress made & difficulties encountered in gaining market access for U.S. agricultural exports to Mexico; (2) describes Mexico’s response to changes brought by agricultural trade liberalization & challenges to the successful implementation of NAFTA; & (3) examines collaborative activities & assesses strategies to support Mexico’s transition to liberalized agricultural trade under NAFTA. Includes recommendations. Charts, tables & graphs.
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