Japan-EU agree to massive free-trade deal

The European Union and Japan have agreed in principle to one of the largest free-trade deals to date. The so-called Economic Partnership Agreement is likely to give Japan's auto industry better access to European markets.

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    The European Union and Japan have agreed in principle to one of the largest free-trade deals to date.

    The so-called Economic Partnership Agreement is likely to give Japan's auto industry better access to European markets.

    But the deal is being seen as a show of opposition to the US President Donald Trump's protectionist turn.

    Al Jazeera’s Wayne Hay reports from Chiba, Japan.


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