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We have finished negotiating a very good agreement. Now the ball is in Europe's court," she said after meeting Martin Schulz, president of the European Parliament, and before a flight home. "I hope that I can return in the next days with my prime minister to sign the treaty as planned." All 28 EU governments support the Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement (CETA), but Belgium cannot give assent without backing from its five sub-federal administrations. French-speaking Wallonia has steadfastly opposed it. Schulz, who is not directly involved in CETA talks but has good working ties with Freeland and who is centre-left like the Walloon government, also held an emergency meeting with Magnette in a bid to keep the deal alive. "The door for every step forward is open but it's quite clear that the problems on the table are European problems," Schulz said. "In my eyes, there are no problems that cannot be resolved." Freeland quit talks on Friday with chief Canadian and EU trade negotiators and Magnette, declaring reaching a deal with the EU was "impossible." Magnette said on Saturday, however, his discussions with Canada were concluded and the remaining issues to be worked out were for the EU executive to address. "We have still some little difficulties among Europeans," he said, without giving details. "We won't hide that so we still have to work and discuss for a certain amount of time." The agreement would be the EU's first with a Group of Seven country. Supporters say it would increase trade between the partners by 20 percent and boost the EU economy by 12 billion euros (10.63 billion pounds) a year and Canada's by C$12 billion ($9 billion).
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