* EU, U.S. trade talks seen starting by June * Could be benchmark for others to follow * EU could add 0.5 pct to GDP, U.S. 0.4 pct by 2027 * Agriculture seen as big sticking point By Philip Blenkinsop and Ethan Bilby BRUSSELS, Feb 13 (Reuters) - The United States and European Union aim to start negotiating a vast Transatlantic free trade pact by June, though the plan confirmed on Wednesday faces many hurdles before it ...
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