WASHINGTON — The European Union’s chief negotiator said Friday a trade dispute involving certain exports of U.S. denim to the EU will not be addressed in the context of the negotiations over a U.S. and EU free-trade deal, which was disappointing news for apparel trade groups pressing for an immediate resolution.
The top negotiators for the U.S. and EU held a news conference here Friday as the two sides wrapped up the third round of negotiations on the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership deal, which could have major implications for fashion and cosmetics companies.
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