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Economic Perspectives, Vol. 4, No. 4, 1978
Canadian — U.S. Auto Pact — 13 Years After
Canada and the United States agreed in 1965 to remove the duties on most automotive parts and equipment traded between the two countries. The agreement—known as the Automotive Products Agreement— recognized the similarity of the two markets in which practically the same automobiles are made and sold.
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