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"Tech Groups: USMCA Digital Trade Language Unlikely to Require Legal Changes"

Inside US Trade, November 26, 2018

By Maria Curi

“The digital trade provisions in large part reflect current practices in the U.S., Mexico and Canada. In a number of respects, changes in law won’t be necessary,” Joseph Whitlock, policy director at BSA | The Software Alliance, told Inside U.S. Trade.

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Original Posting: https://insidetrade.com/daily-news/tech-groups-usmca-digital-trade-language-unlikely-require-legal-changes

11/26/2018
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