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Irish Brexit border issue could endanger EU-U.S. trade deal: congressman

Reuters Friday, 19 April 2019
An influential U.S. congressman has warned the European Union that any Brexit arrangement that undermines Northern Ireland's 1998 peace agreement could endanger a proposed EU-U.S. trade deal, the Irish Times reported on Friday.
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