International Investment Agreements

— NPR's Elaine Korry reports from San Francisco on opposition from some officials among local governments in the United States to a trade agreement that would standardize global investment rules for the top 29 industrial nations. The Multilateral Agreement on Investment, MAI for short, would prohibit city, county, or state governments from boycotting international corporations because of their investment policies.

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