Martin, Bush remain divided over trade beefs

CANADA - Prime Minister Paul Martin pressed the hot-button trade issues yesterday, but made little progress during a lunch meeting with U.S. President George W. Bush at his Crawford ranch. Chicken was on the menu -- but Martin said they were talking beef at the table, adding the leaders are in agreement on re-opening the border to Canadian cattle.

Source: Ottawa Sun Online
calendar icon 24 March 2005
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