Gauging the EU deal’s ‘net benefit’

Canadians, and the House trade committee, need more information to make their own assessment on the deal—but the government is not forthcoming.

Embassy Photo: Kristen Shane
Ana Renart, Canada’s deputy chief trade negotiator for the Canada-EU CETA, and Steve Verheul, the chief negotiator, before their appearance at the House trade committee Oct. 6, 2011, chat with Tory MP Bev Shipley.
Wayne Easter
Published: Wednesday, 10/31/2012 12:00 am EDT
Last Updated: Wednesday, 10/31/2012 1:25 pm EDT


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