East Coast parts see big dividends from planned Canada-EU free trade pact

Ryan, Leo
March 2013
Canadian Transportation & Logistics;Mar2013, Vol. 116 Issue 2, p18
Trade Publication
The article offers information on the failure of free trade agreement between Canada and the European Union (EU). It mentions that EU is looking for concession for extending patent on pharmaceuticals and relaxation of supply management rules on milk, poultry and egg products. It also discusses several industrial sectors production machinery, advanced equipment and project cargoes in which EU is seeking to increase its business with Canada.


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