CETA approaches legislative finish line

The international trade committee for the European Parliament has agreed to vote on the EU-Canada trade agreement on 5 December this year, a step that must take place before the deal can be provisionally applied

The European Parliament’s international trade committee (INTA) has agreed to vote on the EU-Canada trade agreement on 5 December this year, a step that must take place before the deal can be provisionally applied.

The timeline was agreed by INTA coordinators during a meeting of the committee where MEPs discussed their views on the controversial Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement (CETA) with the European Commission and business representatives.

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