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U.S.-Canadian Agricultural Trade Challenges
Developing Common Approaches





ISBN 9781138958913
Published October 18, 2017 by Routledge
218 Pages

 
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The Free Trade Agreement between the United States and Canada was established in 1988 despite the U.S.’s controversial proposal to eliminate trade-distorting government subsidies to agriculture. Originally published in 1988, this volume brings together a collection of essays which identify and debate the difficulties associated with agricultural trade between the U.S. and Canada and explore common interests in the resolution of global agricultural issues. This title is a valuable resource for students interested in environmental studies and international agricultural relations.

Table of Contents

Foreword;  Preface and Acknowledgements;  1. An Overview of Agricultural Issues in the U.S.-Canadian Free Trade Agreement  2. A Briefing by the Canadian Agricultural Negotiator  3. A Briefing by the U.S. Agricultural Negotiator  4. Institutions, Instruments, and Driving Forces Behind U.S. National Agricultural Policies  5. Driving Forces, Instruments, and Institutions in Canadian Agricultural Policies  6. U.S.-Canadian Trade Liberalization: Key Issues  7. Canada-U.S. Agricultural Trade: Market Realities and Opportunities  8. A U.S. Perspective on Measuring Trade Effects of Domestic Agricultural Policies in the United States and Canada  9. A Canadian Perspective on Measuring Trade Effects of Domestic Agricultural Policies  10. Specific Commodity Perspectives: Animals and Animal Products Panel  11. Specific Commodity Perspectives: Plants and Plant Products Panel  12. North American Agriculture in an Interdependent World: Challenges and Opportunities  13. Formal and informal Nontariff Barriers to Agricultural Trade Between the United States and Canada  14. Resolving Subsidy, Countervail, and Import Disruption Issues in Canadian-U.S. Agricultural Trade  15. Dispute Settlement in Agricultural Trade Matters: Lessons of the GATT Experience  16. Resolving Agricultural Trade Disputes  17. Canadian-U.S. Agricultural Trade: A Proposal for Resolving  18. Linkages Between Bilateral and Multilateral Negations in Agriculture 19. Discussion  20. Discussion: Is Bilateralism Possible?  21. Summing Up: The U.S. Perspective  22. Summing Up: The Canadian Perspective  23. Epilogue;  Agenda;  Attendees; About the Contributors

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