Regional Integration and NAFTA
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This paper considers regional integration in general and NAFTA in particular, including analysis of the various countries participating in NAFTA. It looks at the development of regional trading blocs and cites benefits of such blocs.
From the Paper:"By the close of the twentieth century a few large economies-including the United States-dominated the world market. These economies with their influence over financial and commodity markets can make it difficult for smaller countries to successfully build an economic system which can emerge from developing to developed status. As a result smaller and emerging economies have banded together to take advantage of geographic and economic benefit that would otherwise be unavailable. Even larger countries-such as the United States Canada and Mexico-have formed regional ..."
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