Justin Trudeau touches down in France forward of historical EU speech – National


STRASBOURG, France – Prime Minister Justin Trudeau arrived in Strasbourg, France, hours forward of what was once billed as a historical, confidence-building speech to European lawmakers.

Trudeau landed within the japanese French town that borders Germany within the early morning hours Thursday – an afternoon after Canada and the European Union authorized a unfastened commerce deal.

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Politicians in Canada and Europe are hailing Wednesday’s approval of the the Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement by means of the European Parliament as a win for the values of openness within the face of anti-trade actions, together with the Donald Trump management.

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The Strasbourg legislature authorized commerce deal by means of a margin of 408-254, with 33 abstentions.

The vote clears a significant hurdle for the deal that noticed its first spherical of bargaining virtually 8 years in the past and has had to triumph over mounting anti-trade populism in Europe.

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Trudeau is anticipated to hammer house his anti-isolationist and anti-protectionist message in his cope with Thursday to the European Parliament, a primary for a Canadian chief, and to most sensible industry leaders an afternoon later in Germany.

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