WASHINGTON — U.S.Trade Representative Michael Froman said Friday the transatlantic trade talks between the U.S. and European Union are “back on track” after the U.S. government shutdown stalled the negotiations and a widening imbroglio over reported U.S. spying on European political leaders raised questions about the deal’s prospects.
Froman, who spoke on a panel at the second day of a business investment summit here, addressed the fallout from the U.S. National Security Agency’s alleged surveillance of some of its European allies, which prompted some European officials to call for the Trans-Atlantic Trade and Investment Partnership, or T-TIP, negotiations to be suspended. RELATED STORY: Obama Details Economic Fallout, Agenda >>
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