The free trade agreement EU-Canada applied “temporarily” on September 21,

News 8 July, 2017
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    Justin Trudeau and the president of the Council of the european Union, Donald Tusk.


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    The free trade agreement between the EU and Canada (CETA) is going to be applied “provisionally” from the 21 September, have announced the two parties on Saturday in a joint press release.

    The president of the Commission Jean-Claude Juncker and the prime minister of canada Justin Trudeau, who attend both the G20 in Hamburg (Germany), agreed on this date, pending full entry into force of the text once all the parliaments of the member countries of the EU have voted.