The New NAFTA: Some Neglected Aspects of the USMCA

Date de l'événement: 
November 29 2018 11:30am to 1:00pm
Room 2151 De Koninck Hall

What is the true nature of the new United States, Mexico, Canada Agreement (USMCA)? Does it justify the tactics employed by the US Administration?

Second round table where our experts will present you their reading of the USMCA in the light of the texts made public and will enable you to better understand key aspects of the agreement which will govern henceforth the most extensive commercial relation of the planet.

Animation: Louis Bélanger, Professor, Director of the Advanced International Studies Institute (HEI), Laval University

  • Mélanie Bourassa Forcier, Associate Professor, Faculty of Law, University of Sherbrooke, Director of Law and Health Policy Programs

   "Pharmaceutical industry and drugs in the AÉUMC"

  • Noémie Laurens, Ph.D Candidate in Political Science, Laval University 

"NAFTA 2.0: an innovation or a setback for environmental protection? "

  • Richard Ouellet, Full Professor, Faculty of Law, Laval University

"Why a Clause 32.10 in the USMCA? "

Michèle Rioux, Professor, Department of Political Science, University of Quebec at Montreal, Director of the Center for Studies on Integration and Globalization;

"Inclusion and progress, all agreements are not equal! "


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