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Title: ASSESSING THE EFFECTS OF NAFTA ON CANADA/US AGRICULTURAL TRADE
Authors: Deng, Hugh
Nzuma, Jonathan M.
Authors (Email): Deng, Hugh (ydeng@oua-omc.org)
Nzuma, Jonathan (jnzuma@uoguelph.ca)
Issue Date: 2005
Series/Report no.: Conference Paper
Abstract: While there seems to be an agreement that Canada-US Free Trade Agreement (CUSTA)/North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) have benefited member countries, some analysts have argued that the agreements had little effect on the bilateral Canada/US agricultural trade as many other factors have contributed to the increased trade flows. Results from this study reveal that the aggregate bilateral agricultural trade flows have generally experienced a steady growth since the implementation of NAFTA with trade flows seemingly favoring Canada more than the US since 1992. At the industry level, the impacts of NAFTA on Canada/US agricultural trade were varied with the sub-sectors analyzed responding differently to the bilateral trade liberalization.
URI: http://purl.umn.edu/34159
Institution/Association: Canadian Agricultural Economics Society>Annual Meeting, 2005, July 6-8, San Francisco, CA
Total Pages: 27
Language: English
Collections:Annual Meeting, 2005, July 6-8, San Francisco, CA

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