I am an advisor to the US Federal Trade Administration in charge of doing background research that will be used for trade negotiations by policy makers. The US is in the process of engaging in negotiations with countries in Middle and South America to explore expansion of the North American Free Trade Agreement [NAFTA].
I have been asked to provide a brief memorandum that outlines the three main advantages and disadvantages of expanding NAFTA.© BrainMass Inc. brainmass.com October 24, 2018, 11:35 pm ad1c9bdddf
It is important to choose the next NAFTA members carefully. They should be economies of governments that are developed to the point at least of Mexico's level. Their governments should be friendly democracies with a history of good relations with the US.
1) By expanding NAFTA, the US will expand export opportunities for US businesses as well as for Canada and Mexico.
2) Besides helping individual companies (increased sales, profits, etc.), expanding NAFTA will ...
It is important to choose the next NAFTA members carefully. They should be economies of governments ....
Costs of Compliance & Non-Compliance with Regional Trading Blocs
A. Identify advantages and disadvantages of being a member of the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) and the Latin-American Integration Association (ALADI) regional trading blocs. Identify membership conditions for NAFTA and ALADI regional trading blocs and determine whether these will have a positive or negative impact on the bilateral or multilateral relations with the United States.
b. Assess the costs of compliance and non-compliance with regional trading bloc rules and regulations.
c. Analyze the impact of trade transactions among member countries, non-member countries, and other trade blocs.View Full Posting Details