The EU and Japan to sign ‘massive trade deal’, as US puts up barriers

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The European Union’s top officials arrive in Japan today to sign the single market’s ‘biggest trade deal ever’, as Washington upends the international trade order.
EU Council President: Donald Tusk and Commission Head: Jean-Claude Juncker land in Japan after talks in Beijing, where they urged global trade cooperation, and warned against trade wars.
The “landmark” EU-Japan Deal creates a massive economic zone, and stands in stark contrast to US President Donald Trump’s “America First” protectionism.

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