U.S., EU Link on Trade, Split on Climate

At a Washington summit, the two sides agree to a trans-Atlantic economic partnership but differ on how to cooperate in the fight against climate change

The EU and US signed a new deal on a trans-Atlantic economic partnership at their summit in Washington on Monday (30 April) but remained unable to agree steps for tackling climate change, despite an increase in positive rhetoric on the issue.

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