Thursday, April 2, 2009

More on the need for real action on trade

Very interesting article here:

With sobering statistics such as these:

The Carnegie Endowment for International Peace reports that since the financial crisis worsened in November, the majority of new global trade enactments (55 of 77) have been trade restrictive

Keeping Canada a global player on the trade market, and the Liberal Party as a world leader in combating protectionism, will be of vital importance both to the Canadian and economy, and for the Party to build its economic credentials. A market-based, Trade Out of Poverty agenda is what needs to be adopted, and I hope all those who attend the Eastern Region Policy Parliament will consider it.

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