Multilateral trade pacts, with all of their promises for economic growth and job creation, are becoming just too difficult to complete, especially within the time frame allotted.
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By Shaun Sarwar Free trade agreements increase opportunities in the global market for a number of countries. The Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement (CETA) between Canada and the European Union provides increased access for both parties in each other’s markets. … Continue reading
Garry R. Moore Both the EU-Canada and EU-USA Trade Agreements must win the approval of the European Parliament (EP). Winning such approval would have been a challenge under the previous EP party distribution. Now with a strong showing by anti-EU political … Continue reading
Asia-Pacific Countries Continue Regional Trade Negotiations: What this means for US-Asia-Pacific trade relations
Sixteen Asia-Pacific countries began the third round of RCEP trade negotiations this week in Malaysia as international trade wonks, such as myself, continue to debate whether the TPP trade negotiations between the United States and 11 other Asia-Pacific countries will actually conclude. RCEP, if … Continue reading
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The 18th round of the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) negotiations between the United States and 11 other countries starts today in Kota Kinabalu, Malaysia. Japan, which officially joined the TPP in March, will participate in the negotiations for the first time. So … Continue reading