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China, Canada resolve canola-shipping row

Leaders of the two countries set aside spat over crop as they seek to broaden trade ties; deal to run until 2020
Saturday, September 24, 2016 - 05:50
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CONTROLLING THE FLOW: China announced plans this year to toughen its standard on foreign material, called dockage, in Canadian canola shipments, before twice backing down near its deadlines.

Winnipeg

CANADA and China have agreed on a long-term solution to a trade dispute over C$2 billion (S$2.1 billion) worth of annual canola sales, leaders of the two countries said on Thursday, setting aside their spat over the crop as they seek to broaden trade ties.

China announced

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