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Canada moves toward ratifying new North American trade deal

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Canada moves toward ratifying new North American trade deal

Canada moves toward ratifying new North American trade deal

Canada took a first step toward ratifying the new North American trade agreement by presenting what is known as a “ways and means motion” to the House of Commons.

According to Reuters, this motion opens the way for the formal presentation of a bill in Canadian government.

The United States struck deals on May 17 to lift tariffs on steel and aluminum imports from Canada and Mexico, paving the way for legislative approval of the new trilateral U.S.-Mexico-Canada Agreement.

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