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La politique commerciale du Canada envers l’Asie : fin de l’ambivalence ?


  • Patrick Leblond


Le dynamisme économique de l’Asie est indéniable. L’Asie représente maintenant le deuxième partenaire commercial du Canada, devant l’Europe. Cependant, le gouvernement fédéral canadien est réticent à s’engager pleinement afin de faciliter les échanges économiques entre l’Asie et le Canada. Sa politique commerciale envers l’Asie a été jusqu’à maintenant de nature plutôt réactive que proactive. Bien qu’il y ait des signes de changement, le Canada se doit d’être plus actif sur le plan commercial afin de faciliter et d’encourager les échanges de ses entreprises avec l’Asie. En conséquence, le gouvernement du Canada se doit d’abandonner son ambivalence envers l’Asie et envoyer un signal clair aux partenaires économiques de la région qu’il veut faire du Canada un pays à part entière de l’Asie-Pacifique.

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  • Patrick Leblond, 2015. "La politique commerciale du Canada envers l’Asie : fin de l’ambivalence ?," CIRANO Working Papers 2015s-24, CIRANO.
  • Handle: RePEc:cir:cirwor:2015s-24

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    1. Bernard Hoekman, 2014. "The Bali Trade Facilitation Agreement and Rulemaking in the WTO: Milestone, Mistake or Mirage?," RSCAS Working Papers 2014/102, European University Institute.
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