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Implications of Existing Tax Policy for Cross-Border Activity Between the United States and Mexico After NAFTA

Roger Gordon and Eduardo Ley

National Tax Journal, 1994, vol. 47, issue 2, 435-46

Abstract: Summarizes tax differences and explores their implications for the nature of cross-border activity that will develop between the United States and Mexico.

Date: 1994
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