Does Canada have an India strategy?

Canada's current trade negotiation with India is one of a number of 21st-century agreements associated with the more complex nexus of activities found in global supply chains. This nexus isn't just about trade in goods, but regulatory issues relating to the treatment of investors, intellectual property, government procurement, technical barriers to trade and competition policy as well.

Wendy Dobson
Published: Wednesday, 07/06/2011 12:00 am EDT

Canada's current trade negotiation with India is one of a number of 21st-century agreements associated with the more complex nexus of activities found in global supply chains. This nexus isn't just about trade in goods, but regulatory issues relating to the treatment of investors, intellectual property, government procurement, technical barriers to trade and competition policy as well.

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