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Canada's NAFTA negotiator blasts U.S. government procurement proposal as 'worst' in history

February 13, 2018
The government procurement proposal the U.S. has put forward in NAFTA renegotiation talks is the “worst proposal that's ever been made in history,” Canada’s chief NAFTA negotiator, Steve Verheul, said on Tuesday. Verheul made the remarks at the Canadian Global Affairs Institute’s “State of Trade” conference in Ottawa, according to a tweet from the institute . The Canadian Press also reported that Verheul said the U.S. proposal might be the worst ever put down at a negotiating table. The U.S...


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