Morocco Betting on Technical Aid in Free Trade

Cognizant of the fact Canadian negotiators will be under intense pressure to secure a free trade agreement similar to what the Americans got, Morocco's ambassador says her country is looking for technical assistance to make the country internationally competitive in the long run.

Lee Berthiaume
Published: Wednesday, 07/15/2009 12:00 am EDT

Cognizant of the fact Canadian negotiators will be under intense pressure to secure a free trade agreement similar to what the Americans got, Morocco's ambassador says her country is looking for technical assistance to make the country internationally competitive in the long run.

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