The European Union's departing ambassador says a rise in protectionism and its threat to free trade is cause for Canada and the EU to work together even more closely, as the free trade deal between the two is finally set to come into force provisionally in September. A delay of more than two months to the application of the Canada-EU Comprehensive and Economic Trade Agreement, made to iron out differences over cheese quotas, will serve as a "guarantee"
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