(C) European Union 2016 - CETA departure, 30 October 2016CETA: Implementation … But which one

Business interests and attention to development of regions such as Québec, Bavaria, Wallonia, or Northern Ireland

November 2016. Hopes are high that the ratification of CETA leads up straight to implementation. Recent announcement by the future American government to nullify TPP (enacted January 23 - note of eds.), or terminate NAFTA are firing concerns about the truthfulness of political commitments and the reliability of signatures to a free trade agreement. Even with CETA full implementation is not guaranteed. A look at Québec’s strategy to exploit CETA and some barriers on the way towards implementation ... but, which one?

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