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NAFTA negotiators move forward on biotech; Canada tables indigenous rights chapter

November 22, 2017 at 3:25 PM
At the fifth round of NAFTA talks, which ended on Tuesday, negotiators for the U.S., Canada and Mexico made significant progress in advancing rules on biotech approvals that are expected to go beyond what the countries agreed to as part of the Trans-Pacific Partnership, sources told Inside U.S. Trade . Meanwhile, Canada tabled its proposal on indigenous rights – a key aspect of what Prime Minister Trudeau calls his progressive trade agenda. Multiple industry sources said negotiators on biotech met...


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