Free Trade between Mexico and the United States?

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Index
Adenauer, Konrad, 177
Agriculture, 30, 173, 175; development plan ( Mexico) and, 96-98, 101, 103, 105, 106-07, 120-22; exports ( Mexico) and nontariff measures and, 48-53; free trade and, 8-9, 10; imports ( Mexico) and, 35; industrial protection and, 8, 133; López Portillo administration and, 35, 121, 122; opposition to free trade and, 24; subsidies to, 127; tomato exports and, 16; tomato imports and, 27, 50, 51
Alemán, Miguel, 91
Altimir, Oscar, 99n
Andean Group, 13, 30, 32n, 134
Antidumping laws ( U.S.), 50-53
Apparel, 5, 16, 27, 28, 33, 47, 48, 54-55, 57, 59, 62, 150, 175
Argentina, 30
Arrangement Regarding International Trade in Textiles, 5n, 47. See alsoTextiles
Automotive industry, 4, 11n, 174; implementing free trade and, 136-43; production decline in, 115; steel industry and, 147; U.S-Canada agreement and, 12, 30, 131, 134, 183
Balassa, Bela, 73n
Baldwin, Robert E., 83n
Barkin, David, 156n
Bennett, Douglas, 140n
Bergsman, Joel, 99
Bergsten, C. Fred, 56n, 90n
Berkstein K., Samuel, 105n, 116n
Bhagwati, Jagdish N., 90n
Bilateral agreements, 64, 65, 93, 119, 123; arguments against, 177-79; automotive, 12, 30, 131, 134, 183; benefits from, 185- 86; complexity of, 124; current export and import situation and, 33-39; experimenting with, 153; export subsidies and, 125; job creation and, 127; Mexican complaints about U.S. policy and, 46- 55; Mexican exports and, 150; Mexican protection and, 173-74; Mexican trade deficit and, 142; trade concessions and, 61; trilateral trade versus, 182-85; U.S. complaints about Mexican policy and, 55-56; U.S. interest in, 178-80; U.S.- Korea, 157-58; U.S. trade policy and, 40-46
Blair, Calvin P., 95, 105n, 108n, 109n, 114n
Blasquez, Miguel, 47n
Bolivia, 169
Brady, Jerry, 145n
Bueno, Gerardo M., 5n, 9n, 67n, 73n, 77- 78
Cámara Nacional de la Industria de Transformación (CANACINTRA), 86, 91
Canada, 6, 33, 123, 174; automotive agreement and, 12, 30, 131, 134, 183; foreign investment and, 18; study of free trade and, 1-2; trilateral trade and, 182-85; U.S. exports to, 39; U.S. relationship with, 129-30, 142
Canadian-American Committee, 11
Capital goods, 66, 103, 105-06, 107, 109, 127; imports and, 111-12
Caporaso, James A., 156n
Cárdenas, Lázaro, 15, 91
Caribbean Basin Initiative, 44, 53, 54, 184
Carter, Jimmy, 26, 32n, 46, 117
Castañeda, Jorge, 2n, 118-19, 123n
Central American Common Market (CACM), 13, 30, 62, 158, 165, 166
Certificados de Devolución de Impuestos Indirectos (CEDIs), 81-82
Chenery, Hollis B., 9n, 77n
Chiles, Lawton M., 52n
Chumacero, Antonio, 159n
Clement, Norris, 79n
Cline, William R., 103n
Close, Elmer, 52n

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