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Chapter 22

CHAPTER 22: CANADA AND THE FREE TRADE AGREEMENT WITH THE U.S.

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Political Science
Course Code
POLI 243
Professor
Mark Brawley

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CHAPTER 22 CANADA AND THE FREE TRADE AGREEMENT WITH THE US Background The Historical Parameters of the US Canada RelationshipAuto pact Introduced waivers on the duty for original equipment parts and automobiles allowing for firm integration automobiles Fears of the New ProtectionismThe GATT rules increased NTB non tariff barriersa new form of protectionismAs the Uruguay Round dragged on people became scared of the future of free trade Canadas Attitude Toward the USNixon Shocksscared that at any moment the playing field could change needed to lessen dependence on the USCanada and the US have the largest trading partnership in the world US PrioritiesUS goals get issues such as liberalization of trade in services on the worlds agenda and open up investment opportunities and put in place controls on intellectual properties Canadas System Level Concerns Insuring a Fut
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