Contentious TPP deal would give $4.3B boost to economy, federal study says

Contentious TPP deal would give $4.3B boost to economy, federal study says

Published on September 13, 2016

OTTAWA—A new federal government study projects that Canada would generate more than $4 billion in long-term GDP gains if it joins the Trans-Pacific Partnership—but stands to take a $5 billion-plus hit to its economy if it opts out...

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