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View Paul Manly Profile
GP (BC)
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2020-02-03 16:36 [p.845]
Madam Speaker, we have heard a lot of criticism on the opposite side from the Conservatives about the fact that Trump is not going to be allowing non-market trade agreements. I do not want to be dictated to by the United States. What does “non-market” mean? We are talking about communist countries and dictatorships. We are talking about countries that are not democracies, that do not have the same rule of law that we have.
Should we be engaging in trade with countries that do not have those same values and giving them most-favoured-nation status, or should we be looking at strengthening trade with democratic countries with advanced judicial systems so we do not need to worry about Canadian investors getting ripped off? Should we be looking at countries that respect the same kind of rule of law that we have? Should we be facilitating and working on trade agreements with those kinds of countries instead of non-market countries?
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