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February 14, 2005
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A Canadian legislator introduced a bill to exclude goods produced in Israeli settlements from the Canada-Israel free trade agreement. The private member’s bill would ensure that “products from territories occupied by Israel since 1967 would not benefit from the advantages provided in the agreement,” said Pierre Paquette of the Bloc Quebecois, who presented the legislation.

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