Reuters | Feb 07, 2018 18:50
Canada PM says no NAFTA deal might be better for us than a bad one
Feb 7 (Reuters) - Canada might be better off not signing up to an updated version of NAFTA rather than accepting a bad deal, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said on Wednesday.
Trudeau, speaking in a televised address at the University of Chicago, said he expected a good and fair deal from negotiations to modernize the North American Free Trade Agreement.
Written By: Reuters
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