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After a week of high-level meetings between Canadian and American officials at the U.S. Trade Representatives' office in Washington, D.C. all eyes are on Foreign Affairs Minister Chrystia Freeland Friday, to see if a NAFTA deal can finally be reached. Though, early signals are putting the possibility in doubt.
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