Raymond Saner, Angad Keith & Lichia Yiu
The purpose of this study is to find policy coherence, or lack thereof, in the labour provisions contained in the Free Trade Agreements (FTAs) of the United States of America, the European Union and Australia when compared to their interactions in the Universal Periodic Review (UPR) Sessions with their trade partners and to the official trio of UPR documents made available during these sessions. Over the past decade these countries have entered into various free trade agreements with developing and developed countries alike. However, it is their trade agreements with developing countries that are of particular interest.
Regional Trade Agreements and Foreign Direct Investment: Impact of existing RTAs on FDI and trade flows in the Andean Community and implications of a hemispheric RTA in the Americas.