Obama, EU leaders at G-8 talks for ‘largest trade deal in history’

Published on NewsOK Published: June 17, 2013
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Susan Crabtree

President Obama and several European leaders kicked off the Group of Eight summit in Northern Ireland on Monday by launching negotiations on a Transatlantic partnership billed as the biggest trade deal in history.

U.S. and European officials are aiming to eliminate trade tariffs and collaborate on regulations across a broad range of industries to help bolster trade and investment across the Atlantic.

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