NAFTA & Canadian Banking Law details the ramifications that have occurred over the past two decades in terms of banking law in Canada due to the Free Trade Agreement (FTA), which was reformed to... More > the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA). The evidence pro-posed highlights the contribution to the continental process of industrial restructuring and its relationship to laws and regulations that were born to continuous rise in living standards.
The context focuses on the path-breaking chapters in the NAFTA treaties that introduced the world to new measures in dealing primarily with financial sectors in the economy. Primarily how these measures affected bilateral agreements amongst Canada and the United States of American, and Canada and Mexico.
Students, lawyers, and academics in the fields of finance and commerce will find this book of continuous reference.< Less
With the passing of the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) over a decade ago, Mexico has become the country of choice for American industries looking for cheap labor and low transportation... More > costs due to proximity. NAFTA has facilitated the increase of foreign investment in border development zones called "maquilas" in Mexico. Profits for American companies investing in “maquiladoras” along the US-Mexican border are continually high. US companies with manufacturing facilities in Mexico are able to take advantage of its lax safety and health enforcement.< Less