Canada's Freeland plans NAFTA talks Thurs, much work remains -source
SASKATOON, Saskatchewan, Sept 12 (Reuters) - Canadian
Foreign Minister Chrystia Freeland is planning to return to
Washington to hold more talks on NAFTA on Thursday but plenty of
work remains before the two sides can strike a deal, a
well-placed Canadian source said on Wednesday.
"I expect we'll probably have several more sessions. This
won't get resolved in an afternoon," said the source, who
declined to be identified given the sensitivity of the
situation. Freeland plans to fly to Washington late Wednesday
assuming the weather is good enough, the source added.
(Reporting by David Ljunggren
Editing by Denny Thomas and Chizu Nomiyama)
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