The Liberal government’s attempts to make trade more inclusive hit a wall this week in Beijing. Hugh Stephens breaks down the idea of 'progressive trade' and asks whether it is worth its weight in marketing.
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Distinguished fellow, Asia Pacific
Foundation of Canada
Hugh Stephens has more than 35 years of government and business experience in the Asia Pacific region. He is a distinguished fellow at the Asia Pacific Foundation of Canada, a CGAI fellow, executive fellow at the School of Public Policy of the University of Calgary and vice-chair of the Canadian Committee for Pacific Economic Cooperation (CanCPEC).
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