Canada-U.S. Free Trade and Pressures for Tax Coordination


The economies of the United States and Canada are closely linked-trade between the two countries is substantial, their capital markets are highly integrated, and even movement of individual workers between the two countries is non eligible. The U.S. and Canada have now agreed to eliminate all remaining tariff barriers between the two countries during the next few years. To what degree does this increasing economic integration create pressure on the…
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