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"The dairy industry [in Canada] was going to be upset regardless of what happens," said Patrick Leblond, a senior fellow at the Centre for International Governance Innovation in Ontario, Canada. "The only thing that would satisfy them is if the Canadians had made no concession on supply management, that is, if they offered no quotas to the Americans."

Leblond said the Canadian dairy market quota offered to the Americans is similar to what was offered to nations part of the Trans-Pacific Partnership as well as under another deal with the European Union, the Canada-EU Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement.

"When the U.S....

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