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Freeland says ball in E.U.’s court as future of CETA remains uncertain

Briefs | 10/24/2016 9:03 pm EDT

Minister of International Trade Chrystia Freeland told reporters Monday that the decision last week to end discussions with the European Union over the Canada-European Union Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement (CETA) “had the desired results,” as E.U. representatives have now “publicly accepted that Canada’s job is done.”

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