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Canada needs to be at the Pacific Table

In an OpEd published in the National Post on March 14, Daniel Schwanen and I argue that only by being present at the TPP table can Canada influence the shape of the final agreement.  At the same time, negotiating an agreement is not the same as accepting an agreement. In the end, we can walk […]






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Dawson Strategic Submission on TPP

In our submission to DFAIT’s request for comments on Canada’s prospective membership in the Trans-Pacific Partnership, we argue that the TPP is an opportunity for Canada to get a foot in the Asia-Pacific door. More importantly, Canada’s exclusion from the TPP could disadvantage Canadian businesses.  Read Dawson Strategic’s full submission here.






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TPP: Just wanting is not enough

The rules and commitments of the TransPacific Partnership Agreement will extend far beyond that of any existing multilateral free trade agreement, essentially re-defining the rules of global trade. Canada needs a seat at negotiations toward this ‘new generation’ agreement in order to reap the full benefits of doing business with the emerging powerhouse economies of […]






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