Canadians and Canada’s negotiating partners, beware: Canada’s new investment treaty ends a newer approach, and could tie your hands.
Trade Minister Ed Fast with Chinese Commerce Minister Chen Deming in Vancouver in September 2012.
Howard Mann Published: Wednesday, 01/09/2013 12:00 am EST Last Updated: Wednesday, 01/09/2013 1:23 am EST
Since 2005, Canada has prided itself on selling an advanced model of investment treaty to developing countries—one that, it has argued, protects their regulatory space while still protecting investors.
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