CETA signed, but controversial ‘court system’ to face extra checks

The controversial EU-Canada trade deal has been signed but with the caveat that one of the most contentious elements – the investment court system – will not be part of the deal’s provisional implementation

The controversial EU-Canada trade deal has been signed but with the caveat that one of the most contentious elements – the investment court system (ICS) – will not be part of the deal’s provisional implementation.

Over the past few months, campaigning groups have repeatedly warned that the Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement (CETA) could undermine EU laws that protect public health and the environment.

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