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What secrets are inside the China-Canada trade deal?

Chinese President Hu Jintao and Stephen Harper at the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation Summit. (Sergei Karpukhin / Reuters)

Canada's new investment partnership with China is 17 years in the making. It goes into effect at the end of the month and critics like the NDP's Nathan Cullenare concerned that the federal government is avoiding talking about the potential ramifications for Canadians. To find out more about just what those ramifications are, Leisha Grebinski reached Maclean's columnist Paul Wells.

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External link: Canada-China investment: Big Risk in the Fine Print

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