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The paradox of continental production

national investment policies in North America
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Cornell University Press , Ithaca
Investments, Foreign -- United States., Investments, Foreign -- Canada., Investments, Foreign -- Mexico., Foreign trade regulation -- United States., Foreign trade regulation -- Canada., Foreign trade regulation -- Mexico., United States -- Commercial policy., Canada -- Commercial policy., Mexico -- Commercial policy., North America -- Economic integra

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StatementBarbara Jenkins.
SeriesCornell studies in political economy
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LC ClassificationsHF1456.5.C2 J46 1992
The Physical Object
Paginationxi, 234 p. :
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Open LibraryOL1743969M
ISBN 100801426766
LC Control Number92052761

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