Canada-EU trade deal bad for jobs, economy: study

Greenpeace demonstrators protest against the massive transatlantic CETA trade deal that's due to be signed in October 2016Less economic growth, job losses, lower wages and tax revenues — that’s what a Canada-EU free trade on the verge of being ratified will bring, according to a new study. While recognizing that “clarifications are needed to allay (some) concerns,” they renewed a commitment to sign the pact, scheduled in October, and implement it in early 2017.

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