Still Looking For The Fine Print In Pacific Trade Talks

Canada’s first official participation in contentious Trans-Pacific Partnership trade negotiations won’t be remembered for any accomplishments, say two experienced analysts. Canada expressed no interest in the talks until last year. As late as 2008 an advisor in the Prime Minister’s Office told reporters that “Ottawa doesn’t think this so-called Trans-Pacific Partnership is worth the trouble.”

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