Southern Crop

Southern Crop

Canada Focused on Finding “Common Ground”

“We know that creating growth through trade in ways that benefits all our citizens is a priority we share,”  Canadian prime minister Trudeau told reporters. “The approach that we need to strike fair, free, open, balanced trade is something we all share around the table.”

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