Environmental Regulations and Corporate Strategy: A NAFTA Perspective

By Alan Rugman; John Kirton et al. | Go to book overview

Abbreviations
AD Antidumping
AIT Agreement on Internal Trade
AMEG Mexican Association of Cattle Feeders
APEC Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation
APHIS Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service
ASC Automotive Standards Council
BECC Border Environment Cooperation Commission
BRI Brewers Retail Inc. ( Canada)
CAADES Confederacion de Asociaciones del Estado de Sinaloa
CAFE Corporate Average Fuel Economy Standards
CAT Committee on Agricultural Trade
CCME Canadian Council of Ministers of the Environment
CEC Commission for Environmental Cooperation
CEPA Canadian Environmental Protection Act
CFBF California Farm Bureau Federation
CLC Commission for Labour Cooperation
CNPH Confederacion de Nacional de Productores de Hortalizas
COFLI Coalition for Fair Lumber Imports ( US)
CPPI Canadian Petroleum Products Institute
CSPS Committee on Sanitary and Phytosanitary Standards
CSRM Committee on Standards-Related Measures
CTE Committee for Trade and Environment
CVD countervailing duties
ENGO environmental non-governmental organization
EPA Environmental Protection Agency ( US)
EU European Union
FDA Food and Drug Administration ( US)
FDI foreign direct investment
FTA Free Trade Agreement ( Canada-United States)
FTAA Free Trade Agreement of the Americas
FTC Free Trade Commission
GAC Government Advisory Committee
GATT General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade
IJC International Joint Commission
ISO International Standardization Organization
ITC International Trade Commission ( US)
JPAC Joint Public Advisory Committee
LTSS I Working Group on Vehicle Standards
LTSS V Working Group on the Transportation of Dangerous Goods

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