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China and Canada have broadly agreed what should be included in a future free trade agreement, after a third round of "exploratory" talks.
The two nations held intensive five-day negotiations in Beijing between July 31 and August 4. Both sides exchanged views on the joint feasibility study report and each other's expectation on the future free trade agreement, and were said by the Chinese Ministry of Commerce to have reached "extensive consensuses."
They committed to completing a joint feasibility study and engaging in further discussions as soon as possible.
Earlier discussions were held in February and April.
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