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New Orleans SPP talks: Canadian Think tank, Fraser Institute, treats Mexico as second class state PDF Print E-mail
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Saturday, 19 April 2008 00:04
New Orleans SPP talks: Canadian Think tank, Fraser Institute, treats Mexico as second class state

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In a document released by the Canadian Right Wing Think Tank, the Fraser institute, the authors with a wink wink, nod nod stated the following.

Bilateral (rather than the trilateral format of SPP) Canada-United States cooperation on regulations and standards, especially regarding the border, would be better for Canadian interests as Canadian-Mexican trade in products and services is a tiny fraction of the Canada-United States trade, and the two borders face very different challenges. However, the SPP is the only politically agreeable format for all three countries at this time, though there are, of course, other negotiations on specific issues going on that are not part of the SPP. The SPP framework allows for separate Canada-United States agreements to go ahead of the trilateral ones. This concept is referred to informally as
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