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.
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