WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The U.S. Trade Representative’s Office told Congress on Tuesday it intends to open trade talks with the European Union, the United Kingdom and Japan, letters seen by Reuters said.
The Trump administration did not immediately send a letter notifying Congress of plans to open trade talks with the Philippines. The administration had told senators last week it wanted to move ahead soon with trade talks with the Philippines as well. The administration cannot start talks with the EU, Japan and the United Kingdom until 90 days after notifying Congress.
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