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Topic - Dan Mullaney
Coming out of a successful first week of trade talks in Washington, where U.S. and European officials laid the foundation for a pact that would connect the economies of the Western world, both sides are turning their sights toward the next round of negotiations this fall.
"I think we've demonstrated we are very interested in moving expeditiously," chief U.S. negotiator Dan Mullaney told reporters Friday. "So we're going to move quickly, but we're also going to move carefully."