International Trade and Finance: A North American Perspective

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INDEX
accounting firms, 16, 17, 18
advertising firms, 18, 225
agricultural sector: CACM and, 263; grain glut, 218; in PRC, 235; U.S. immigration laws and, 261; U.S.-Third World links, 239-45
aid. See foreign aid airline industry, blocked funds and, 159-71
Algeria, debt flow data, 42-48
allocation theory, 177
Andean Pact, 264
Anglo-American Caribbean Commission, 264
Argentina: blocked funds and, 162; debt flow data, 42-48; default by, 154; economic aid to, 105, 198; exchange rate fluctuations, 43, 48-49; foreign economic activity, 241-4; GFCF, 203, 208; IMF and, 103; LAFTA and, 263
Arkansas, regional trade analysis of, 24-36; degree of self-sufficiency, 31; employment specialization ( 1970-83), 32-33; growth trends by industry in, 35-36
austerity policies: Canadian, 65-67; IMF and, 102, 104; Mexican, 69
automobile industry: CMEA trade, 224; collaboration agreements, 98; profit margins in, 215, 217; U.S.-Canada agreement, 247, 249, 254,257
Autoregression Moving Average (ARMA) model, 115
AVRAMOVIC model, 76
balance of payments: British, 216; debt rescheduling and, 74; IMF and, 101, 102; U.S., 3-4, 109, 89-98, 214-18. See also trade deficit, U.S.; specific country
Balance of Payments Statistics Year- book ( IMF), 191, 201
Bank for International Settlements (BIS), 105, 265
banking industry: Canadian, 65; debt- equity relationship, 151-57; IMF and, 100; inflation and, 58-59; intra-firm trade and, 20; Latin loan exposure, 155; overseas interest income, 16; private (see commercial banks). See also financial markets
bear call spread, 140, 143
bear put spread, 140, 143
black market, 164, 167, 169-70
blocked funds, 159-71; black market value of, 164, 167, 169-70; defined, 159; unblocking methods, 161-64; valuation of, 164-71

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