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Canada's Chief Negotiator Hopeful NAFTA Talks Will Continue

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According to a report by Reuters on Saturday, Steve Verheul, Canada’s chief negotiator, says that officials trying to iron out their differences over how to update the North American Free Trade Agreement have managed to make some progress and he hopes politicians will decide that the talks should continue. On Monday, the United States, Canada and Mexico are due to finish the sixth of seven planned rounds of discussion on NAFTA, however several major issues still remain unresolved.

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