Cheesemakers in Quebec fear the CETA trade pact could threaten traditional local structures.
Roderick Abbott knows more than most when it comes to the complicated business of negotiating trade deals. Fittingly, in these strange Brexit days, he’s one of the few to have negotiated for both the UK and the EU.
The EU, Canada and the US have announced new sanctions targeting individuals and companies. They come in response to Russia's actions in the Kerch Strait, the detention of Ukrainian sailors and the annexation of Crimea.
The Prespa Agreement changing the country's name officially settled decades of bitter dispute between Skopje and Athens. But Teri Schultz found domestic debate still going strong.
The beauty of Brexit, according to those in favor, is that the UK will be able to strike its own trade deals without EU "interference." But 65 percent of UK trade is linked to EU trade, and new deals are deeply complex.
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