Comparing Local Cross-Border Relations Under the Eu and NAFTA (Canadian-American Public Policy,)
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Comparing Local Cross-Border Relations Under the Eu and NAFTA (Canadian-American Public Policy,) by Emmanuel Brunet-Jailly

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Published by Canadian-American Center University of Maine .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • International - Economics,
  • Business / Economics / Finance

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ContributionsUniversity of Maine at Orono (Other Contributor)
The Physical Object
FormatPaperback
Number of Pages60
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL12147083M
ISBN 101882582470
ISBN 109781882582471
OCLC/WorldCa61228857

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2 “ Comparing Local Cross-Border Relations Under the EU and NAFTA” I. Introduction 1. The literature on cross-border relations provides us with different reasons for the. INTRODUCTION (1) The literature on cross-border relations provides us with different reasons for the existence and development of cross-border linkages (that is--the connections that span an international border); it suggests that such relations may take place because of (1) free trade, because they are in the interest of (2) international organizations, or (3) central states, or (4) because. Get this from a library! Comparing local cross-border relations under the EU and NAFTA. [Emmanuel Brunet-Jailly; University of Maine at Orono. Canadian American Center.]. (11) Hence, cross-border relations may cause tensions between local and central levels of government. The international activities of non-central governments may endanger national sovereignties. (12) The cross-border literature also suggests that market forces foster cross-border relations because they foster systems of functional interdependency.

exercises in a comparative perspective with the European Union (EU) that confer the benefit of the doubt on the idea of a North American Community. 1 If we agree that the NAFTA is a region in the making and its objectives tend to be overtaken by the. The NAFTA and the European Union comprising 27 countries constitute the largest trading blocs in the world. In , the value of exports of goods and services from the European Union to the NAFTA region amounted to billion Euros while the value of imports of goods and.   NAFTA. NAFTA is a creation of the US following the success and coming into reality of a dream called European Union. Spelled North American Free Trade Agreement, NAFTA is a large free trade area covering US, Canada, and Mexico, the three countries falling in this geographical region. While the ENI targets external relations with neighbouring countries as a whole, CBC puts the focus on equal cooperation across the EU external borders at local and regional level. Cross-Border Cooperation should be seen in the context of the and EU big enlargement. When the new Member States joined the EU, an initiative was needed to.

NAFTA Agreement vs European Union: comparison between agreements. Author: Pierre Varasi Translated by Ilaria Oberti 04/04/ After years of work and projects and with the previous EEC, European Economic Community, on February 7th with the Treaty of Maastricht the European Union is official. The first ideas of such an union go back to Comparison and contrast of nafta, eu and wto WTO, stands for World Trade Organization. It is organization for liberation trade. It is a forum for country Government's to negotiate trade agreements. The WTO, sometimes supports maintaining trade barriers between countries, under. This essay is aimed at comparing the progress of competition strategy that exists between the European Union (EU) and the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA). Realization of competition policy is equally of importance to enlarging the free trade in the two organizations. Difference between NAFTA and EU. The key difference between the North America Free Trade Agreement and the European Union is their scope. NAFTA remains a purely economic agreement among three countries, while the EU has developed into a political, social and territorial union between 28 countries. Other key differences between NAFTA and EU include.