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When the U.S. and Canada meet in Vancouver: The first leg of the NAFTA summit



The first round of NAFTA talks between the United States and Canada have kicked off in Vancouver.

The U.K. has joined the United Nations as a co-signatory.

The U.A.E. and Mexico have joined Canada and Mexico in the European Union.

But it’s Canada, not the U, who has more trade with the U-S.

A key issues the U and U.B.C. have been working on are agriculture and agriculture-related issues.

On the issue of the farm bill, both countries have agreed on a farm bill that has been the subject of intense criticism in Washington.

The bill is expected to be signed by the president on Friday.

On Tuesday, U. S. Commerce Secretary Ron Kirk said the U.-S.

B-C.

agreement is the most significant bilateral trade agreement ever negotiated.

The agreement includes a requirement that U. s must sign an agreement on the environment, including a carbon cap.

In an interview with ABC News, Kirk said that is what is most important to him, and he’s looking forward to signing it.

Kirk said he thinks that’s what we need, not just the agreement, but the agreement that is going to protect our environment.

We have to protect the environment and we also have to be able to do that in a way that doesn’t destroy jobs.

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