CETA

CETA investment court could lag years behind rest of deal

The EU will likely pressure holdouts to ratify the agreement eventually, says official.

Trade Minister Chrystia Freeland has promoted the investor-state dispute settlement system in the CETA as being the most progressive in the world. Benedikt von Loebes photograph courtesy of the World Economic Forum

By PETER MAZEREEUW

PUBLISHED : Wednesday, July 13, 2016 12:00 AM

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