Every international corporate executive, customs broker, banker, and attorney needs to know what the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) will mean to their business and their client's business. Understanding the North American Free Trade Agreement is an easy-to-understand summary and analysis of the major provisions and side agreements of this landmark accord. It is written in terms simple enough for the layman, but also contains the detailed information that will assist the experienced international trade executive or attorney. The new third edition updates NAFTA through the 2008 US elections and the activities relating NAFTA of the new Obama administration. The book contains extensive discussion of the NAFTA arbitration decisions, including summaries of important investor state cases in the Appendices.
‘If you need a short, but authoritative discussion of NAFTA, this is the place to look.’ ‒ J. Mattera, International Trade Information Resources
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Chapter I The North American Free Trade Agreement: What It Is and What It Is Not
Chapter II NAFTA: What Changes to Expect
Chapter III Rules of Origin, Valuation, and Customs Duties: "What You Need to Know to Understand the Rules of Origin"
Chapter IV The Supplemental Agreements
Chapter V Post-NAFTA Developments
Chapter VI Conclusion
Appendix I Temporary Business Visa Eligibility and Government Procurement
Appendix II Annex 302.2 – Tariff Elimination
Appendix III NAFTA Arbitration Cases