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Canada and European Union officials wrap up their free-trade negotiations

OTTAWA -- Canada and the European Union have settled on the final text of a landmark free-trade deal, which is expected to come into force mid-2016, Canadian officials said Tuesday.

The 1,500 page document — which will eliminate 98 percent of tariffs on goods and services, increase cross-Atlantic worker mobility and harmonize professional qualifications — must still be translated into 23 languages and be reviewed by lawyers, trade officials in Ottawa said.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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