Border Policy Brief
This article provides an overview of the flow of goods between the U.S. and its two NAFTA neighbors, Canada and Mexico. It is the job of border agencies to facilitate these flows, and this article seeks to explain some aspects of the scope of the job. There is much regional variation in the volume and composition of freight flows, and this variety inevitably has implications for border management policies.
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Davidson, David L. and Rose, Austin, "Cross-Border Freight Flows at the Two Land Borders" (2011). Border Policy Research Institute Publications. 24.