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The United States is expected to release its official NAFTA negotiating objectives on Monday
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News video: Canada May Walk Away From Trump’s NAFTA Talks Over A Single Issue

▶ Canada May Walk Away From Trump’s NAFTA Talks Over A Single Issue 01:25

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's government is prepared to walk away from the NAFTA negotiating table if the Trump administration insists on scrapping a chapter of the deal related to dispute settlement, according to a news report.

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