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Cameron supports Canada, EU trade deal

Published by Steve Coleman on January 26, 2012

The proposed free trade agreement between Canada and the European Union has found a supporter in British Prime Minister David Cameron.

The British PM said during a Jan. 26 speech that a free trade deal with Canada will help Europe regain some of the competitive edge it lost while trying to sort out its debt problems.

On top of the agreement with Canada, Cameron also said other deals in the works need to be completed as soon as possible.

"Rather than trying to involve everyone at once, let us get some bilateral trade deals done," Cameron was reported saying to European Union members in a Huffington Post article. "Let's get the EU trade agreements - with India, with Canada, with Singapore - finalized by the end of the year."



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