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1010MIDASSIGNF09 - YORK UNIVERSITY FACULTY OF ARTS AND...

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YORK UNIVERSITY FACULTY OF ARTS AND PROFESSIONAL STUDIES SCHOOL OF ADMINISTRATIVE STUDIES MID-TERM ASSIGNMENT – ADMS 1010 3.0 FALL 2009 GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS: Your mid-term assignment should be 2,000 words or ten (10) double spaced typed pages. A Bibliography is required. Proper academic citation of sources is required when using “another person’s ideas or writings as one’s own” to comply with York University Senate Policy on Academic Honesty. This assignment is to be completed independently within the York University Senate Policy on Academic Honesty found at the following website http://www.yorku.ca/secretariat/policies/document.php? document=69#_Toc89156087 Number each question separately. Answer all questions separately in as much detail as possible. Extensive use and visible reference to course theoretical content and assigned articles are expected and necessary for a satisfactory grade. Your assignment must be prepared and submitted independently as your own work. SUBMISSION OF ASSIGNMENTS FOR SECTIONS A, B, D, E & F: The mid- term assignment is due October 24 th at the beginning of class . Late submissions will suffer a 5 percentage point penalty and must be submitted at the beginning of class in the Seventh Week of Term or by October 31, 2009 . No assignments will be accepted after that date. In preparing this assignment, you will be expected to present extensive and visible direct referencing from the two course Required Textbooks as stated in the questions as well as outside research. Do not use Wikipedia as a reference source. It is not a reliable source. TITLE: CANADA EXTENDING FREE TRADE WITH EUROPE
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In September 19, 2008, The National Post reported that Canada will shortly begin negotiations on a plan for “deep economic integration” to establish free trade with Europe. For decades now, the idea of a Canada-Europe free trade agreement has been
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This note was uploaded on 10/15/2009 for the course AK adms1010 taught by Professor Browing during the Fall '09 term at York University.

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1010MIDASSIGNF09 - YORK UNIVERSITY FACULTY OF ARTS AND...

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