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Freeland’s deputy knocks U.S. auto, ISDS, procurement proposals

October 11, 2017 at 4:16 PM
Canada will have a tough time getting behind U.S. NAFTA proposals on automotive rules of origin, investor-state dispute settlement and government procurement, said Andrew Leslie, parliamentary secretary to Canada’s minister of foreign affairs, Chrystia Freeland, on Wednesday. “I would say those are pills which don’t taste very nice. Really quite unpleasant, really unpleasant,” Leslie said at an Oct. 11 event hosted by Dentons. “But the final decisions will not and cannot be made until you get to the end of...

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