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A Proposed North American Regional Development Fund: The Next Phase of North American Integration Under NAFTA

@article{Zamora2009APN,
  title={A Proposed North American Regional Development Fund: The Next Phase of North American Integration Under NAFTA},
  author={Stephen T. Zamora},
  journal={International Economic Law eJournal},
  year={2009}
}
The North American Free Trade Agreement has been misconceived, from its inception, as an economic agreement, but NAFTA's geopolitical and social importance go far beyond the economic sphere. This article contends that the NAFTA parties should address the social repercussions of economic integration in North America, and should consider adopting joint policies to assist disadvantaged persons and poorer regions within North America. The article contrasts the experience of NAFTA with that of the… Expand
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