Developing an International Tax Policy Strategy for NAFTA Countries

On January 1, 1994, Canada, the United States, and Mexico formed the North American Free Trade Agreement to promote their economic interests by lowering barriers to international trade and investment. A concern exists that national tax differences harm or inhibit cross-border investment. Yet NAFTA is almost silent regarding tax measures. For the most part, the tax treatment of cross-border trade and investment flows is still governed by bilateral tax treaties…
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