Canada-India CETA can alleviate trade, investment and tariff barriers

The Prime Minister’s visit to India helps to set the stage for the early realization of the benefits of trade liberalization and diversification, including in time with the Trans-Pacific Partnership initiative as well. The meeting in New Delhi of the two heads of government is timely, important, and full of promise.

By Roy MacLaren

PUBLISHED : Friday, Nov. 2, 2012 3:04 PM

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