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House members to Lighthizer: No ag in US-EU talks 'unacceptable'

EU continues to be opposed to having ag in talks

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Headwinds for US-European Union (EU) trade negotiations are building on both sides of the Atlantic, with US lawmakers demanding agriculture be included in talks and European members of parliament voicing anger over US steel and aluminum tariffs.


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