North America’s Border Infrastructure: How It Limits Global Competitiveness and How to Fix It
North America lags most other major trade groups in its capacity to plan, fund, and monitor trade infrastructure. As opportunities to near- and re-shore supply chains emerge in the wake of global developments, Canada, the United States, and Mexico can benefit from increased investment into border infrastructure through a North American Trade Infrastructure Bank (NATIB).
This report was published in partnership with the Canada West Foundation and the George W. Bush Institute.
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