This file photo taken on October 13, 2016 shows Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau speaks to business leaders on the free trade agreement between Canada and Europe in Montreal, Quebec.
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Canada and the United States share the world's longest international border and are its biggest trade partners with about $2 billion in bilateral exchanges each year under the North American Free Trade Agreement, which Trump has vowed to renegotiate.The 1994 accord, which binds Canada, Mexico and the United States, unites 530 million consumers and represents more than one-quarter of global GDP.Our shared values, deep cultural ties and strong integrated economies will continue to provide the basis for advancing our strong and prosperous partnership," Trudeau said.The Canadian leader had refused in recent days to publicly share his personal preference in the White House race, cautiously acknowledging that change was inevitable with the next presidency.
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