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EU’s Tough New Trade Boss Seeks Reset With Trump

New European Union Trade Commissioner Phil Hogan arrives in Washington on what could be an impossible mission — resetting the world’s largest investment and trade relationship after three years of President Donald Trump’s trade-rattling tariffs. The challenge could be the 6-foot-5-inch Irishman’s most daunting to date, following tough but successful negotiations on an EU beef deal with the U.S. and ...

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U.S. Trade Relations With Beijing And Tokyo In The Spotlight

Trade with Beijing and Tokyo will remain in the spotlight, as U.S. Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer embarks on ‘phase-two’ negotiations with both countries. Vietnam and other countries in Asia could also receive increased attention, if Trump remains serious about negotiating bilateral trade deals to replace the 12-nation Trans-Pacific Partnership that he pulled out of on his third day in office. ...

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