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Green Trade Agreements: Comparison of Canada, US and WTO

By Dale Colyer

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Paper presented at the CAES/NAREA meeting, Quebec City, June 29 - July 1, 2008.trade, free trade agreements, environment, World Trade Organization, Environmental Economics and Policy, International Relations/Trade,

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