Moving Regulation out of Democratic Reach: Regulatory Cooperation in CETA and its Implications

Regulatory cooperation in CETA potentially has profound implications. It is part of a broader international effort by the rich countries and their companies to control domestic regulation through international trade agreements that override domestic laws. In CETA, regulatory cooperation in principle covers a vast area, both goods and services, trade but also investment.

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