FILE PHOTO: Canada's Prime Minister Justin Trudeau speaks during a town hall with high school students in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, November 3, 2016. REUTERS/Chris Wattie/File Photo
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Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau will visit three major U.S. cities next month to bolster support for NAFTA as negotiators revising the trade pact tackle major differences, officials said Friday.The timing of Trudeau's Feb. 7-10 trip is significant, since it comes after a sixth and penultimate round of talks in Montreal from Jan. 23-29 that Canadian insiders are billing as critical.One Canadian source familiar with the planned trip said it had been in the works for many months and described it as a continuation of Canada's outreach campaign in the United States to sell the merits of free trade.
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