BRUSSELS (Reuters) – Europe's leaders can agree about Friday to drive for a free-trade pact with all the United States, according to a draft joint statement, placing the onus found on the White Home to answer to a proposal which might encompass half the world's financial output. Major exporters Germany plus Britain appear to have earned help within the rest of the European Union at a summit inside Brussels to reach a deal with Washington which several leaders hope might assist Europe pull from its banking plus debt crises. …
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