Continental Accord: North American Economic Integration

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This book describes the economic gains that may be achieved by Canada, the United States and Mexico as a consequence of the willingness of these three countries to remove, in a mutually satisfactory way, the barriers to the operation of markets that have been erected in response to political pressures. It is the first book in an extensive program of research and other activities which the Fraser Institute has undertaken in conjunction with the Centre for International Studies at the University of Toronto, the Americas Program at Stanford University, the Hudson Institute, the Center for Strategic and International Studies, Political Economy Research Center, E1 Colegio de Mexico, and economists at many of the most prestigious universities on the continent.


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