Importancia de Estados Unidos y Canadá en el comercio exterior de México a partir del TLCAN
North America is one of the world’s most dynamic trade regions, and approximately onefourth of the region’s total trade is carried out among the three
NAFTA signatories. This article presents reflections about regional integration agreements, looking closely at some theoretical positions, particularly that of Viner and his trade creation and diversion. Then, the article uses statistical sources to evaluate Mexico’s trade with the United States and Canada, and looks at the evolution of trade from the United States and Canada, highlighting which sectors come out the winners in this integration process.
Copyright (c) 2011 Maximiliano Gracia Hernández
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