Queen's Institute on Trade Policy

Abstract

Canadian companies will become more competitive internationally if they are able to compete more freely within Canada. Moreover, internal trade liberalization could provide a welcome boost to the Canadian economy as it recovers from the impact of the coronavirus pandemic and many obstacles to international trade remain in place. The presentation will cover the most important obstacles to internal trade and discuss options for their removal, including by drawing lessons from international trade liberalization.

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Trevor Tombe
Associate Professor of Economics