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Canada's Trudeau Says More Work To Do on New TPP

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says it will take time to finish talks on a new Trans-Pacific trade deal after the U.S. pulled out. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says it will take time to finish talks on a new Trans-Pacific trade deal after the U.S. pulled out. |  Photo: Government of Canada

November 11, 2017 08:05 AM

DANANG, Vietnam (AP) - Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says more work needs to be done to reach a final agreement on a revised Pacific Rim trade pact.

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Trade ministers of the 11 countries that remain in the free-trade Trans-Pacific Partnership after U.S. President Donald Trump pulled out announced a basic accord on moving ahead on Saturday.

Canada had balked at an earlier proposal, and Trudeau said it would take time to finish talks on a trade deal to benefit all in the region.

He mentioned labor rights, environmental protection, gender issues and the auto trade as areas of concern.


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