Nickel dispute boiling after EU labels metal compounds carcinogenic

Although Canada and the European Union are in the midst of negotiating a comprehensive free trade agreement, a potential dispute is boiling under the surface involving one of Canada's most important natural resource exports: nickel.

Anca Gurzu
Published: Wednesday, 03/31/2010 12:00 am EDT

Although Canada and the European Union are in the midst of negotiating a comprehensive free trade agreement, a potential dispute is boiling under the surface involving one of Canada's most important natural resource exports: nickel.

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