Definition of Maquiladoras
1. maquiladora [n] - See also: maquiladora
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Maquiladoras
Literary usage of Maquiladoras
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Regional Development and Structural Policy in Mexico by Laurent Davezies, Denis Besnainou (1997)
"Employment in maquiladoras within Mexican states, 1994 Employment in per cent/actual figures by state given in table (Mexico = 100) ^| From 23.10 to 17.2 HH ..."
2. Mexico's Pacific Coast by Vivien Lougheed (2004)
"The maquiladoras An unpredicted result of the free trade agreements and ... maquiladoras are towns along the Mexican/American border where there are no ..."
3. OECD Economic Surveys Mexico Volume 2003 Supplement 1: Mexico by OECD (2004)
"1n addition to the impact from the US slowdown with which they are closely synchronized, there is evidence that some maquiladoras suffer from a loss of ..."
4. A Budgetary and Ecomonic Analysis of the North American Free Trade Agreement (1993)
"Foreign ownership of maquiladoras is unrestricted, and as long as their end products are ... Under NAFTA, the maquiladoras would no longer receive special ..."
5. The Globalist Papers by Samuel Avery (2005)
"... OR “maquiladoras,” LINE MEXICO'S northern frontier in Tijuana, Mexicali, Nogales, Ciudad Juarez, Reynosa, and Matamoros — some of them within view of ..."