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Media, telecom issues not controversial in NAFTA: experts

Briefs | 11/15/2017 4:53 pm EST
From left, Colin Robertson, Sarah Goldfeder, and Hank Intven discuss NAFTA at the 15th annual IIC conference in Ottawa on Nov. 15./ Wire Report photo by Anja Karadeglija.

OTTAWA — Questions around telecom, intellectual property and media aren’t going to determine whether renegotiations of the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) succeed or fail, Sarah Goldfeder, principal at Earnscliffe Strategy Group, said during a lunchtime discussion at the 15th annual International Institute of Communications conference Wednesday.

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