Ceta: Berlin and Brussels agree on clarification

The German Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and the EU Commission agreed on clarifications to the text of the free trade agreement between the EU and Canada (Ceta) on investment protection. The clarifications, which now still need to be agreed with the other EU countries, are intended to clear the way for Germany to ratify the agreement, which has been provisionally applied since September 2017.

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