After a 13-month-long negotiation process, the United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement was announced on Sept. 20, 2018 to replace the North American Freed Trade Agreement (NAFTA). This article discusses the implications of this transition on Canadian diary management, global excesses in steel and aluminum, softwood lumber, and reform in the World Trade Organization.
Terence P. Stewart and Shahrzad Noorbaloochi,
The USMCA & United States-Canada Trade Relations: Ther Perspectives of a U.S. Trade Practitioner,
43 Can.-U.S. L.J.
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