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Making sense of CETA

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This new edition of ‘Making Sense of the CETA’ analyses the final legal text of CETA as made available in February 2016, and is the most comprehensive independent review of the agreement to date.

It finds that, more than just a trade deal, CETA is a sweeping constitution-style document restricting public policy options in areas as diverse as intellectual property rights (copyright, trademarks, patents and Internet governance), government procurement, food safety, financial regulation, the temporary movement of workers, domestic regulation and public services, to name just a few of the topics explored in this analysis.

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