Belgian Prime Minister Charles Michel said his government had reached a deal with the holdout region of Wallonia.
Germany's Constitutional Court has given the go-ahead for the government to approve a free trade agreement between the EU and Canada. Opponents claimed the CETA agreement would undermine democratic rights.
The Belgian government and its regions have reached an agreement over the CETA trade pact between the EU and Canada. Signing the deal had previously been called off after a Belgian region refused to endorse the deal.
The European Union has given Brussels a deadline to reach an agreement about the free trade deal with Canada. The Belgian region of Wallonia has rejected the ultimatum, arguing the deal hurts European interests.
EU leader Donald Tusk and Canadian PM Justin Trudeau have declared their determination to see the CETA deal through in the face of Belgian opposition. Belgium's PM has said he can not sign off on the deal as it stands.
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