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Impacts Of Nafta On U.S.-Mexico Agricultural Trade


  • Colyer, Dale


Paper presented at the Northeastern Agricultural and Resource Economics Association's Annual Meeting, Bar Harbor, ME, June 10-12, 2001 Data for 1989-99 indicate that U.S.-Mexico trade has increased substantially under NAFTA. Regression analyses do not provide strong evidence that NAFTA has been an mportant factor since the data indicate a continuation of previous trends. NAFTA resulted in trade under TRQs for previously prohibited products and enabled other trade to continue increasing.

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  • Colyer, Dale, 2001. "Impacts Of Nafta On U.S.-Mexico Agricultural Trade," Conference Papers 19105, West Virginia University, Department of Agricultural Resource Economics.
  • Handle: RePEc:ags:wvucps:19105

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    1. Xinshen Diao & Terry Roe & Agapi Somwaru, 2001. "What is the Cause of Growth in Regional Trade: Trade Liberalisation or RTAs? The Case of Agriculture," The World Economy, Wiley Blackwell, vol. 24(1), pages 51-79, January.
    2. Smith, Vincent H., 1997. "Nafta, Gatt, And Agriculture In The Northern Rockies And Great Plains," Trade Research Center Special Reports 29175, Montana State University, Department of Agricultural Economics and Economics.
    3. Quintana, Roberto Diego & Borquez, Luciano Concheiro & Aviles, Ricardo Perez, 1998. "Peasant Logic, Agrarian Policy, Land Mobility, And Land Markets In Mexico," Working Papers 12790, University of Wisconsin-Madison, Land Tenure Center.
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    1. Chowdhury, A.A. Farhad & Allen, Albert J., 2003. "Impact Of Nafta On U.S. Corn Trade," 2003 Annual Meeting, February 1-5, 2003, Mobile, Alabama 35113, Southern Agricultural Economics Association.

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