Does China trade deal line up with ‘Canadian values’? Feds want to know
‘Yes or no’ isn’t part of the government’s consultation on free trade with the Asian superpower.
Chinese Premier Li Keqiang visited Ottawa in September, and pledged along with Prime Minister Justin Trudeau to double bilateral trade by 2025.The Hill Times photograph by Jake Wright
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