BRUSSELS, Nov 29 (Reuters) - EU trade ministers agreed on Thursday to start negotiations to create a free-trade area with Japan, overcoming resistance from European carmakers who fear a deal might damage their industry. "We have a deal," said an EU official close to the negotiations. An accord between Europe and Japan would bring together two trading partners responsible for a third of global economic output and could create 400,000 jobs in Europe alone. France ...
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