Post-SPP, NAFTA proposals sought

With the Security and Prosperity Partnership officially dead, the Canadian government has decided to approach North American regulatory reform through low-level, departmental consultations because these fly under the public radar compared to the wildly controversial political SPP summits, say trade experts. However, that doesn't mean the new approach is better.

Carl Meyer
Published: Wednesday, 04/28/2010 12:00 am EDT

With the Security and Prosperity Partnership officially dead, the Canadian government has decided to approach North American regulatory reform through low-level, departmental consultations because these fly under the public radar compared to the wildly controversial political SPP summits, say trade experts. However, that doesn't mean the new approach is better.

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