Lametti on CETA: 'We'll get this deal to work'

China, softwood lumber also among government’s top trade priorities for 2016.

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The Berlaymont building in Brussels, Belgium, headquarters of the European Commission, in November 2015.
Peter Mazereeuw
Published: Wednesday, 01/20/2016 12:00 am EST
Last Updated: Wednesday, 01/20/2016 2:44 pm EST

Canada’s new government is keeping an “open mind” when it comes to the controversial investor-state arbitration clauses in its proposed Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement with the European Union, says David Lametti, the Liberal parliamentary secretary for Trade Minister Chrystia Freeland.

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