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The 35 billion dollar CETA EU-Canada trade deal won't be signed on Friday as planned. Germany called Thursday for a controversial investor protection clause to be removed, saying quote "it is utterly clear we reject these rules" and "the debate is not over by a long shot." The dispute doesn't bode well for another transatlantic trade pact, the T-Tip with the US.