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Stop the Corporate Giveaway! A transatlantic plea for sanity in the EU-Canada CETA negotiations

25.11.2013: Call upon European and Canadian governments to protest the inclusion of the extreme investor "rights” in the CETA.

   Stop the Corporate Giveaway! A transatlantic plea for sanity in the EU-Canada CETA negotiations

On 18 October 2013, European Commission President José Manuel Barroso and Canadian Prime Minister Steven Harper announced the conclusion of the negotiations on a European Union-Canada Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement (CETA). This "next generation” free trade agreement will include a controversial and unnecessary investment protection chapter and investor-to-state dispute settlement process (ISDS) that a growing number of countries are rejecting for good reasons. These excessive corporate protections, built into thousands of investment treaties and free trade agreements, serve no social or economic purpose other than to undermine our democratic rights to decide public policy and public interest regulation. In spite of the 18 October "Harper-Barroso deal”, negotiations on investment protection and ISDS continue. We call upon European and Canadian governments at all levels (e.g. member state, province, municipalities, federal and EU parliament) to protest the inclusion of these extreme investor "rights” in the CETA for the following reasons: [...]

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