Canada and Mexico: Trade Relations With the European Union: Towards an Even More Functional Cooperation (2019) (Independently Published/Amazon KDP-Available through Amazon)

Canada and Mexico represent two completely different views of the North American continent. Despite the numerous differences that incontrovertibly exist between them, they are considered to be two equally notable European Union trade partners. And the reason for choosing these two case studies is precisely our will to painstakingly highlight that regardless of their several economic differences, the Union successfully manages to maintain highly beneficial trade relations with both of them. As we will see, the trade agreements examined in this book cover an enormous spectrum of tremendously significant areas such as, inter alia, trade in goods and services, competition, government procurement, intellectual property, digital trade, labor rights, environmental protection, small companies, corruption, investment, professional services and sustainable development. It goes without saying that all the abovementioned concepts are irrefutably pivotal for both the present and the future, therefore, their conscientious analysis is absolute essential with a view to a more coherent understanding.

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

Introduction

Chapter 1: The European Union Trade Relations With Canada

Chapter 2: The European Union Trade Relations With Mexico

Chapter 3: Concluding Remarks

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