Drive back on for elusive EU-Latam trade deal


By Doug Bakshian LUXEMBOURG, Jan 31 (Reuters) - A new push for a trade deal between the European Union and South America's Mercosur bloc was launched on Monday at a meeting of business leaders representing a combined market of 700 million people. Talks to create the world's biggest free trade area broke down last year, with the Latin American side demanding a bigger share of Europe's sugar, beef and poultry markets and the EU pressing for access to services and public procurement ...

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