Introduction: Mexican Perspectives on Economic, Political and Cultural Implications of Free Trade

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CHICANO-LATINO L. REV., Vol: 12, Page: 1

Publication Year:
1992
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https://digitalcommons.law.seattleu.edu/faculty/562
Author(s):
McGee, Henry
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International Trade Law
article description
Professor McGee introduces two papers submitted to the 1990 UCLA School of Law seminar entitled Law and Development in Latin America. The first paper, written before the onset of negotiations for a free trade treaty between Mexico and the United States, deals with the then new regulations of the Mexican Secretary of the Treasurer (Secretaria de la Hacienda) designed to sweep away a labyrinth of rules and procedures which had traditionally vexed foreign investors who dealt with the Mexican bureaucracy. The second paper concerns the irony which inheres in Mexico's treatment of Central American immigration, a problem relatively undiscussed in the United States, but with significance for labor markets in both nations.