CETA approved by MEPs: reaction to the EU-Canada trade deal

With today’s approval by the European Parliament, the EU-Canada Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement (CETA) is now ready to provisionally enter into force, and the EU for the first time will begin a new era of free trade with a fellow OECD member.

Predictably, therehas been a mixed bag of reaction among MEPs, industry andcivil society to the deal

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