Agricultural Policy Issues - NAFTA: Outcomes, Challenges and Prospects
As the remaining agriculture-related NAFTA clauses became fully implemented on January 1st, 2008, there is much evidence of the Agreement's benefits to all three members in the forms of the agricultural trade expansion within the region and the growth of foreign direct investments in members' agri-food value chains. Better coordination would help the three governments to successfully address ongoing challenges such as trade disputes, security measures and animal health diseases. It would also help their economies and the agricultural sectors to continue capitalizing on opportunities that freer trade offers.
Publication: 10648E - ISSN: 1915-9110 - Project: 09-060b
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