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Trudeau Sees ‘Clear Path Forward’ on Nafta

  • ‘It can be morning in North America’ with a new deal, he says
  • Canadian leader says hard to predict impact of ending accord
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Canada's Freeland 'Cautiously Optimistic' on Nafta Talks

Justin Trudeau’s latest mission to bolster Nafta ended on an upbeat note, as the Canadian leader said there’s still a “clear path” to a deal while pushing back against U.S. President Donald Trump.

Trudeau capped a U.S. swing Saturday in Los Angeles after stops in Chicago and San Francisco. During the trip he rejected the belief that trade deals see one country “win” over another -- a veiled rebuke of Trump’s more transactional view of trade.