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Canada to present bill on ratification of new North American trade pact

first_img 0 Comments Reuters Twitter OTTAWA — The Canadian government will formally present draft legislation to ratify a new North American trade pact to parliament on Wednesday, a source familiar with the matter said on Tuesday.Ottawa said last week that it would press ahead with moves to ratify the United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement after the U.S. administration lifted tariffs on Canadian steel and aluminum exports.© Thomson Reuters 2019 Reddit Email Recommended For YouREFILE-UPDATE 1-FDA approves expanded label for Regeneron/Sanofi’s DupixentBase metals rise ahead of planned U.S.-China talksUPDATE 1-Europe’s heatwave consistent with climate change, more to come – UNGoogle, Facebook and Apple stocks are getting slammed by reports of anti-trust probesMonthly U.S. renewable power output surpasses coal for first time -EIA Join the conversation → advertisement Canada to present bill on ratification of new North American trade pact tomorrow, source says Ottawa said last week that it would press ahead with moves to ratify the United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement after the U.S. lifted tariffs May 28, 20192:20 PM EDT Filed under News Economy center_img Share this storyCanada to present bill on ratification of new North American trade pact tomorrow, source says Tumblr Pinterest Google+ LinkedIn More Comment Featured Stories Canada’s Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and Minister of Foreign Affairs Chrystia Freeland announce the new USMCA trade pact between Canada, the United States, and Mexico in October, 2018.Patrick Doyle/AFP/Getty Images ← Previous Next → Sponsored By: What you need to know about passing the family cottage to the next generation Facebooklast_img read more