British PM wants Canada-Europe trade agreement ‘early next year’

In warm tones, David Cameron highlighted Canada's strong economic footing, and expressed desire to see Doha Round move past stumbling blocks.

Embassy photo: Sam Garcia
Before British Prime Minister David Cameron's speech to a special joint session of Parliament, Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper joined him at the National War Memorial, where Mr. Cameron laid a wreath on behalf of his country.
Avinash Gavai
Published: Friday, 09/23/2011 12:00 am EDT

While British Prime Minister David Cameron's first solo visit to Canada on Sept. 22 was underpinned by his foreboding warnings of yet another global economic downturn, it also revealed his intention to accelerate and strengthen trade and economic ties both bilaterally and multilaterally.

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