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A penetrating study of the impact of NAFTA on Mexico's economic development, this is the only in-depth comparison of Mexican trade law before and after NAFTA, and of how considerations of trade with Mexico altered the provisions (from the earlier Canada-US Free Trade Agreement and the GATT) that formed the basis of the new trilateral project. In the course of his investigation, the author exposes and clarifies the legal underpinnings of the new Mexico's laws and regulations governing investment, financial services, banking, telecommunications, railroads, ports, shipping, the automobile industry, government procurement, and trade. His discussion also includes an analysis of NAFTA's dispute settlement mechanisms.;Von Mehren's book is a point of departure not only for understanding and applying the trade law common to North America but for assessing the likely course of historic negotiations still to come.