Cheese and cars at issue as Japan, EU inch toward trade pact

TOKYO — Japan’s foreign minister is expected to head to Brussels this week to seek a breakthrough in talks on a free trade agreement with the European Union. Foreign Minister Fumio Kishida said over the weekend that he was hopeful the two sides would …
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