CETA : An Innovative Agreement with Many Unsettled Trajectories

Christian DeblockCentre d’études sur l’intégration et la mondialisation (CEIM)Michèle Rioux

Sous EU-Canada Network Policy Brief

Texte conjointement écrit par Christian Deblock et Michèle Rioux en collaboration avec Jean Monnet Network on EU-Canada Relations : The EU and Canada in Dialogue.

Executive Summary

CETA innovates in many ways. The most significant innovation is that it deals with international regulatory cooperation and puts in place institutional mechanisms combining dialogue and trade obligations with regard to regulatory and governance issues. It also creates a civil society forum involved in the implementation process of chapters dealing with sustainable development, labor and the environment. Yet, nobody knows what this dialogue is going to be implemented and institutionalized precisely

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CETA : An Innovative Agreement with Many Unsettled Trajectories (PDF - 326.1 ko)

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