Nafta and Investment
There are investment aspects of the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) which considerably enhance the opportunities for foreign investment among the signatories, while at the same time improving the security of such investment. NAFTA reflects the Parties' recognition that liberalization of host country investment restrictions is as important as the elimination of trade barriers.
With the assistance of such high caliber contributors as Roberto Mayorga, Kent S. Foster, Preston Brown, and Dr. Jorge Witker, the book analyses both the advantages and disadvantages of this policy upon the investment climate within the countries of the various signatories.
This book is the second volume in Kluwer's NAFTA Law and Policy Series, publishing high-quality studies on different aspects of NAFTA, including legal analysis and commentary on the Agreement. Among the numerous areas that are to be covered in the series are topics as diverse as agriculture, dispute settlement, environment, intellectual property rights, investment, and labour.
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of a Mexican company was also required , although that company could be 100
percent foreign - owned.21 The first formal decree , enacted as a set of customs
regulations in 1972 , eliminated the geographical restrictions on the location of a
THE REGULATION OF THE MAQUILADORA IN MEXICO AFTER NAFTA 4.1 THE
1989 DECREE AS MODIFIED BY THE AMENDING DECREE As indicated , the
1989 Decree was Mexico's primary regulatory mechanism with respect to ...
There was no investment law , the rules were contained in various decrees
issued by the executive branch on a case - by - case basis . The Emergency
Decree of 1944 ' issued by the Mexican Executive granted discretionary control
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The Transformation of the Maquiladora Under the North American
Mexicos Foreign Investment Law of 1993 Amendments
Foreign Investment in Mexico Under NAFTA
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