The Multilateral Agreement on Investment

"A global economy built in the image of stateless capital is not inevitable;
it is a system created by those who have a great deal to gain from it.
Knowing that we have the right reject the MAI is a necessary first step
to reclaiming our full heritage and reversing the culture of defeatism."

MAI: the Multilateral Agreement on investment and the Threat to
Canadian Sovereignty
.  Tony Clarke and Maude Barlow. Stoddart 1997.


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    How Civil Society views the MAI:

    OECD:  the pro-MAI view

    updated May 8, 2001