US won’t change domestic energy laws for US-EU trade deal

By: | at 05:49 PM | International Trade  

U.S. Deputy Trade Representative Michael Punke said the United States will not change its domestic energy laws as part of a trade deal with the European Union.

Asked if the United States would free up export restrictions in crude oil, Punke told reporters: “We will not be changing our domestic energy laws in the context of (the U.S.-EU trade deal).” (Reuters)


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