Pierre Marc Johnson, of Lavery, keynote speaker at the 39th Conference of the Association des économistes québécois

On May 14, Mr. Pierre Marc Johnson, GOQ, FRSC, former premier of Quebec and counsel at Lavery, was the keynote speaker at the 39th Conference of the Association des économistes québécois in Ottawa. The event attracted more than 250 renowned Quebec and international economists and specialists.

In his speech, Mr. Johnson discussed the implications for Quebec of the Canada-European Union Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement (CETA). First outlining the development of trade between Quebec and its major export markets over the past twenty years, he then explained the scope, benefits, and implementation mechanisms of a comprehensive agreement with the European Union.

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