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Trudeau ducks questions on Trans-Pacific Partnership, says he's not at negotiating table

CBC.ca Thursday, 9 November 2017 ()
Trudeau ducks questions on Trans-Pacific Partnership, says he's not at negotiating tablePrime Minister Justin Trudeau batted away questions about the Trans-Pacific Partnership trade deal during a moderated discussion in Vietnam today, saying he isn't at the negotiating table and couldn't comment on sticking points.
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News video: Trudeau missed TPP meeting due to ‘misunderstanding’: Champagne

Trudeau missed TPP meeting due to ‘misunderstanding’: Champagne 01:53

International Trade Minister Francois-Philippe Champagne says Justin Trudeau missed a Trans-Pacific Partnership meeting due to a “scheduling issue.” Some international media blame the prime minister’s absence for stalling the deal.

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