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Canada Optimistic NAFTA Deal Can Be Struck This Month


According to Reuters, Canada is increasingly optimistic that it can reach a deal with the United States to salvage the North American Free Trade Agreement. U.S. and Canadian officials resumed their negotiations this week to modernize the 1994 pact, which governs $1.2 trillion a year in trade between the United States, Canada and Mexico. The talks in Washington are focused on Canada’s dairy supply system, which the United States says hurts its exports. A U.S. official told Reuters on Thursday that Canada needed to move further on dairy.

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