This Note argues that the EEC and Mexico should modify their current agreement. Part I examines the terms of the EEC-Mexican Agreement. Part II discusses the changing economic factors in the EEC and Mexico that dictate the need for a new agreement. Part III suggests modification of the EEC-Mexican Agreement to enhance the economic relationship between the EEC and Mexico. The Note concludes that the EEC, the second largest trading bloc in the world, should offer Mexico greater cooperation to enable Mexico to expand its non-petroleum exports and thereby modernize its industrial capacity. A new agreement with specific provisions designed to attain these goals would further the economic objectives not only of Mexico, but of the EEC as well.
Therese M. Woods,
The EEC-Mexican Agreement: Time for Reevaluation?,
12 Fordham Int'l L.J. 541
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