A 'Sustained Institutional Role' for Consumer Organizations in 'Internal Trade' Harmonization

A 'Sustained Institutional Role' for Consumer Organizations in 'Internal Trade' Harmonization

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Research by the Consumers Council of Canada found the Canadian public expects well-resourced consumer groups to be part of any stakeholder process attached to negotiations among the federal and provincial governments concerning internal trade.
This report is offered free of charge, but your voluntary payment will help support the research and advocacy of Consumers Council of Canada.

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