CUSFTA

AcronymDefinition
CUSFTACanada-US Free Trade Agreement
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The formation of CUSFTA removed all bilateral trade barriers between the two countries.
We report the IV estimates and their related first-stage results in Table 4, using the CUSFTA dummy as an instrumental variable.
Como el CUSFTA habia liberado el flujo mutuo de profesionales (Globerman, 1999) no era aceptable colocar cuotas en el TLCAN.
In the spring of 1985, the premiers of British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan, and Manitoba all announced their support for "full provincial participation" in negotiations for the proposed CUSFTA.
During negotiations, Ontario used the forestry sector to draw attention to broader concerns regarding CUSFTA.
The paper proceeds as follows: the next section gives of a brief overview of the impact of Canada-USA CUSFTA and NAFTA to provide a context for the prospect of further economic integration and then we present the model structure of the CGE model; we continue by presenting and analyzing the results, before concluding.
Further, this paper argues that the CUSFTA and NAFTA evolved into broader agreements incorporating the interests of other U.
2001) find that the impact of the CUSFTA and NAFTA on FDI into the United States is country-specific, i.
merchandise trade with Canada jumped from C$186 billion (US$151 billion) in 1988 (the year before CUSFTA entered into force on January 1, 1989) to C$554 billion (US$353 billion) in 2002, an increase in U.
The CUSFTA negotiations were perceived by a significant portion of Canadians as a threat to Canadian independence, and this factor nearly resulted in Parliament refusing to approve the agreement.
The negotiations resulted in the establishment of a new dispute settlement system, contained in Chapter 19 of the CUSFTA, later adapted to the NAFTA, for disputes over unfair trade law determinations.
US-Canada bilateral tariffs continued to be phased out according to the CUSFTA schedule, that is, by January 1998.