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North America. Volume II, Part 1

North America. Volume II, Part 1

Date: 1989
Creator: United States. Congress. Office of Technology Assessment
Description: This report discusses clearing agencies with the Securities and Exchange Commission that are an integral part of clearing and settlement for the national clearing and settlement market system.
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North America. Volume II, Part 2

North America. Volume II, Part 2

Date: November 20, 1986
Creator: United States. Congress. Office of Technology Assessment
Description: This report describes a study that includes a review of the history of the losses of customer funds due to the insolvency of a future commission merchant.
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North America. Volume II, Part 2

North America. Volume II, Part 2

Date: 1987
Creator: United States. Congress. Office of Technology Assessment
Description: This report discusses clearing agencies with the Securities and Exchange Commission that are an integral part of clearing and settlement for the national clearing and settlement market system. This is the part 2 of volume 1.
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North American Free Trade Agreement: Coordinated Operational Plan Needed to Ensure Mexican Trucks' Compliance With U.S. Standards

North American Free Trade Agreement: Coordinated Operational Plan Needed to Ensure Mexican Trucks' Compliance With U.S. Standards

Date: December 21, 2001
Creator: United States. General Accounting Office.
Description: A letter report issued by the General Accounting Office with an abstract that begins "The North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) allowed Mexican commercial trucks to travel throughout the United States. Because of concerns about the safety of these vehicles, the United States has limited Mexican truck operations to commercial zones near the border. Relatively few Mexican carriers are expected to operate beyond these commercial zones once the United States fully opens its highways to Mexican carriers. Specific regulatory and economic factors that may limit the number of Mexican carriers operating beyond the commercial zones include (1) the lack of established business relationships beyond the U.S. commercial zones that permit drivers to return to Mexico carrying cargo, (2) difficulties obtaining competitively priced insurance, (3) congestion and delays in crossing the U.S.-Mexico border that make long-haul operations less profitable, and (4) high registration fees. Over time, improvements in trucking and border operations may increase the number of Mexican commercial vehicles traveling beyond the commercial zones. GAO found that the Department of Transportation (DOT) lacks a fully developed or approved plan to ensure that Mexican-domiciled carriers comply with U.S. safety standards. DOT has not secured permanent space at any of the 25 ...
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North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) Implementation: the Future of Commercial Trucking Across the Mexican Border

North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) Implementation: the Future of Commercial Trucking Across the Mexican Border

Date: September 22, 2004
Creator: Kirk, Robert S & Frittelli, Robert S
Description: None
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North American Free Trade Agreement: U.S. Experience With Environment, Labor, and Investment Dispute Settlement Cases

North American Free Trade Agreement: U.S. Experience With Environment, Labor, and Investment Dispute Settlement Cases

Date: July 20, 2001
Creator: United States. General Accounting Office.
Description: A briefing report issued by the General Accounting Office with an abstract that begins "The North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA), which went into effect in 1994, was intended to spur trade and investment throughout North America. Separately, the three NAFTA countries--the United States, Canada, and Mexico--negotiated and entered into two side agreements, the North American Agreement on Environmental Cooperation and the North American Agreement on Labor Cooperation. The side agreements allow citizens and governments to raise questions about failures to effectively enforce environmental or labor laws in any of the three countries. This can be accomplished through both a submission process and a government-to-government dispute settlement process. NAFTA also provides protections for investors, such as nondiscriminatory treatment and the right to freely transfer funds related to an investment, as well as a mechanism to settle investor-state disputes through the agreement's chapter 11. This report provides information on the institutional structure, principles, process, cases, and outcomes associated with (1) the environmental side agreement's submission process, (2) the labor side agreement's submission process, and (3) NAFTA's investor-state dispute settlement mechanism. This report includes information on fines and trade sanctions under the side agreements, as well as summary date on cases filed ...
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North American Oil Sands: History of Development, Prospects for the Future

North American Oil Sands: History of Development, Prospects for the Future

Date: January 17, 2008
Creator: Humphries, Marc
Description: This report examines the oil sands resource base in the world, the history of oil sands development in the United States and Canada; oil sand production; technology, development, and production costs; and the environmental and social impacts.
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North Carolina Emergency Management and Homeland Security Authorities Summarized

North Carolina Emergency Management and Homeland Security Authorities Summarized

Date: April 1, 2004
Creator: Bea, Keith; Richardson, Sula P; Runyon, L. Cheryl & Warnock, Kae M
Description: None
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North Dakota Emergency Management and Homeland Security Statutory Authorities Summarized

North Dakota Emergency Management and Homeland Security Statutory Authorities Summarized

Date: March 23, 2004
Creator: Bea, Keith; Runyon, L. Cheryl & Warnock, Kae M
Description: This report is one of a series that profiles the emergency management and homeland security statutory authorities of the 50 states, the District of Columbia, the Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands, the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico, and three territories (American Samoa, Guam, and the U.S. Virgin Islands). Each profile identifies the more significant elements of state statutes, generally as codified. This report focuses on the state of North Dakota.
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North Dakota Lignite as a Fuel for Power-Plant Boilers

North Dakota Lignite as a Fuel for Power-Plant Boilers

Date: 1912
Creator: Randall, D. T. & Kreisinger, Henry
Description: None
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