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The effects of the Canadian-United States Free Trade Agreement on bilateral trade flows of agricultural and industrial products


, : The effects of the Canadian-United States Free Trade Agreement on bilateral trade flows of agricultural and industrial products. Canadian Journal of Agricultural Economics 38(4 (II)): 991-1004

Over the 10 year period beginning January 1, 1989, most remaining trade barriers between Canada and the USA will be eliminated as a result of the Canada-US Free Trade Agreement (FTA).

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Accession: 002249557

DOI: 10.1111/j.1744-7976.1990.tb03531.x

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