EU, Japan have ‘agreement in principle’ on free trade deal

BRUSSELS — The European Union and Japan have agreed “in principle” on a free trade deal that will affect an overwhelming majority of commerce between the two economic giants and will be officially endorsed at a summit of their leaders Thursday.
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