Canada's embarrassing second-class status in trade partnership
In an opinion piece published in The Tyee and iPolitics, CCPA’s senior trade researcher Scott Sinclair analyzes the extraordinary concessions made by the Canadian government to gain entry to the Trans-Pacific Partnership trade negotiations. Canada's terms of entry can only be described as demeaning. They set Canadians up to lose big in the high-stakes talks on issues ranging from agricultural supply management and higher drug costs to internet freedom.
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