WASHINGTON, April 30 (Reuters) - The United States and European Union will agree at a summit on Monday to work toward removing non-tariff barriers to trans-Atlantic business. Below are highlights of a draft version of the agreement: The partners agreed to deliver results in the following areas within 6-8 months: * Intellectual property through the harmonization of patent rights. * Adopting common standards on secure trade, for example the handling of goods through ports. * Mutual ...
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