The EU-Canada trade pact (CETA) came into effect on Thursday, September 21.
The deal gives Canada access to a 510 million people Single Market, while the EU is also given privileged access to the Canadian market of 35 million people.
The deal not only has set a new standard for international trade deal for the EU but has also become a “model” for what hardline Brexiteers envisage as a possible framework for cooperation after March 2019.
At the same time, the process of ratifying CETA has also...
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