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Trading Democracy for Corporate Rule
By Indy Media / filmsforaction.org
Feb 19, 2008


This 10 minute video is a summary of the top ten reasons to oppose the two worst trade agreements in North American history, TILMA (the Trade, Investment and Labour Mobility Agreement) and the SPP (the Security and Prosperity Partnership). It is the first chapter of the documentary 'Trading Democracy for Corporate Rule', and it describes 10 areas and issues that will be impacted by these agreements. Several experts voice their concerns and send an alarming message to North Americans that it is time to put an end to undemocratic trade deals that are developed with input from only the largest corporations.
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