Canada’s Minister of International Trade Francois-Philippe Champagne (L), New Zealand’s Trade Minister David Parker (R) and Chile’s Foreign Minister Heraldo Munoz (Source: VNA) Buenos Aires (VNA) – Canada, New Zealand and Chile made a joint statement on the sidelines of the signing ceremony of the Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership (CPTPP) in Chile on March 8 (local time), vowing to intensify cooperation within the agreement framework. Canada’s Minister of International Trade Francois-Philippe Champagne, New Zealand’s Trade Minister David Parker and Chile’s Foreign Minister Heraldo Munoz highlighted the importance of establishing political understanding to jointly deal with CPTPP-related issues for the interests of each country’s people. They also committed to strengthening a mechanism to address disagreements between investors and the State, especially those in public policy. Heraldo Munoz stressed that trade liberalisation is important, but its benefits have to reach all people to help reduce inequality and poverty, while boosting the interests of big enterprises. He also called for more opportunities created for women, ethnic minorities and other vulnerable groups in the community. Meanwhile, Champagne and Parker emphasised the importance of turning the agreement into a model of international cooperation, not only in trade but also in other… Read full this story
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