On the matter of free trade: je suis Walloon

Atkins, Michael
December 2016
Northern Ontario Business;Dec2016, Vol. 37 Issue 2, p4
The author presents insights on a free trade agreement between Europe and Canada. He discusses the issues confronting Belgium's government, the views from the French people on national government, his warning about multinational corporations in terms of free trade and the rules of the road for trade agreements.


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