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Free Trade Within North America: Expanding Trade for Prosperity: Proceedings of the 1991 Conference on the Southwest Economy Sponsored the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas by Gerald P. ODriscoll

Free Trade Within North America: Expanding Trade for Prosperity: Proceedings of the 1991 Conference on the Southwest Economy Sponsored

the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas by Gerald P. ODriscoll

Published November 30th 1992
ISBN : 9780792392910
Hardcover
224 pages
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s countries around the globe were rediscovering political freedom, speakers at the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas fourth annual South A west Conference called for greater economic freedom-free trade in markets free of artificial barriers andMores countries around the globe were rediscovering political freedom, speakers at the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas fourth annual South A west Conference called for greater economic freedom-free trade in markets free of artificial barriers and misguided regulations, free trade through out a continent (perhaps a hemisphere) that has discarded unnecessary restraints and is poised to emerge as a preeminent competitive force in the 21st century. The Dallas Fed conference, titled Beyond the Border: Expanding Trade for Prosperity and held October 24-25, 1992, brought together several hundred participants interested in the possibility of free trade throughout North America and beyond. How far south can we go? conference speaker Javier Murcio asked. His answer: As far as economic reform takes hold. Around the globe, countries were becoming engulfed in what Henry an absolute prairie fIre of democracy. And one of the fIrst Cisneros called places many nations were attempting to exercise this new-found political freedom was in the marketplace. As Richard Fisher put it: . . . market capitalism is a universally accepted dogma. This world . . . is becoming one interdependent marketplace. State and national boundaries have become meaningless. No longer are there such things as domestic or foreign fIrms. Decisionmakers can be anywhere they wish to be because computerization and telecommunications allow people to be every where at once, Fisher said.