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NAFTA and Mexican Corn: A Comparative Analysis on Promises and Realities
International Trade Issues (2006)
  • HE Shu-Quan, Shanghai University
Abstract

Mexico is the birthplace of corn. NAFTA converted Mexico’s import license system for corn into a 15-year tariff rate quota (TRQ). Mexican experience during NAFTA show that most of the promises for corn have not come true. This is attributed to factors such as changes in agricultural policies.

Keywords
  • NAFTA,
  • Mexico,
  • Trade Liberalization,
  • Corn / Maize
Disciplines
Publication Date
Winter November, 2006
Citation Information
HE Shu-Quan. "NAFTA and Mexican Corn: A Comparative Analysis on Promises and Realities" International Trade Issues Iss. 11 (2006)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/he_shuquan/11/