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Canada to ratify trade agreement with United Kingdom

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The agreement will provide Canadian exporters and businesses with continued preferential access to the U.K. market

OTTAWA — Canada’s Minister of International Trade says the country will ratify its Trade Continuity Agreement with the United Kingdom.

Mary Ng told the U.K.’s Secretary of State for International Trade, that Canada agrees to the deal in a phone call Friday.

Ng’s announcement follows Bill C-18 receiving royal assent after passing the Senate earlier this week.

The agreement will provide Canadian exporters and businesses with continued preferential access to the U.K. market.

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To read News Release by Global Affairs Canada, click here.

Source: Financial Post; Government of Canada

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