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"Analysts, Officials See US-Japan FTA as Path Forward for Global Digital Rules"

Inside Trade, October 30, 2018

By Isabelle Hoagland and Rick Weber

“We are very happy with the digital trade language that’s in the U.S.-Mexico-Canada Agreement and we think there is still more that we can do to improve upon that and are hopeful that in our conversations with Japan that are upcoming -- in the early harvest conversations -- that we can talk about digital trade,” he said, adding that like-minded countries need to coalesce around ways to drive a global set digital economy standards.


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