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May 23, 1986

American and Canadian negotiators agreed to resume talks on a free trade agreement next month in Washington. The first two days of negotiations in Ottawa dealt with procedural matters and ended cordially, officials of both sides said. U.S. chief delegate Peter O. Murphy and his Canadian counterpart told reporters that the negotiations are an opportunity for both sides to reach a common objective of creating jobs and promoting growth.

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