Japan and EU expected to sign trade deal after breakthrough in talks

The European Union and Japan are on course to sign a trade deal on Thursday, after talks gained impetus in the wake of Donald Trump’s threat to put up barriers to international commerce. Cecilia Malmström, the European trade commissioner, announced she …
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