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And they think the interview smacks of hypocrisy.
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It looks like cabinet ministers will have a busy few months.
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Chapter 19 is reportedly a "red line" for Prime Minister Justin Trudeau.
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Canada has the lowest duty-free limit in the developed world.
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Canadian lawmakers are being pressured to release their set of priorities for the talks.
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U.S. President Donald Trump has called the deal obsolete and unfair to Americans.
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The MPs from both opposition parties are jointly requesting an international trade committee meeting.
Trudeau reassured by statement.
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Trump's trade czar says the U.S. wants to move quickly.
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Alas, we need them more than they need us. But Canadians need not despair. Our negotiators will have a few cards up their sleeves.
Canada recently signed on to a plan pushed by Japan and New Zealand to resuscitate the TPP despite the U.S. withdrawal. Under jointly negotiated TPP rules, there can no deal unless both the U.S. and Japan agree to it. Well, the U.S. didn't agree. And yet, the TPP lives on after Canada and the other 10 remaining countries voted to discuss reviving the deal.
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Freeland is downplaying any suggestion that Canada will do a side deal with the U.S.
During the presidential campaign, Trump called NAFTA "a disaster."