Ecuador may be cooling on EU-Andean trade agreement
This article was originally published in Scrip
Ecuador may be stepping back from the EU-Community of Andean Nations (CAN) free trade agreement negotiations. The country's new constitution seems to be at odds with the European Commission's proposals on intellectual property.
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