A Concluded Canada-China FIPA and Its Implications for Canadian Businesses

Recently, Federal Trade Minister Ed Fast stated that negotiations of the Canada-China Foreign Investment Promotion and Protection Agreement would likely be concluded in 2012. This article examines what a concluded FIPA will mean for Canadian businesses, and queries whether the agreement will actually increase bilateral investment between the two countries.



Negotiating in China: Challenges and Practical Approaches

PPT slides from Dr. Pitman Potter’s 2011 presentation to CCBC on negotiating in China.



Don’t Get Burned: How to Protect Your Intellectual Property – Presentation slides courtesy of Euan Taylor VIEW SLIDES





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