Experts Want New Policy on Trade Disputes

Trade lawyers say the government's decision to challenge the European Union's ban on seal products at the World Trade Organization sends a strong signal Canada is prepared to stand up to trading partners that go back on their commitments.

Lee Berthiaume
Published: Wednesday, 08/05/2009 12:00 am EDT

Trade lawyers say the government's decision to challenge the European Union's ban on seal products at the World Trade Organization sends a strong signal Canada is prepared to stand up to trading partners that go back on their commitments.

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