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USA-Security-Australia-Eurodepute: an EU-Australian trade agreement more complicated after the dispute over submarines

UN ACCORD COMMERCIAL UE-AUSTRALIE PLUS COMPLIQUÉ APRÈS LE DIFFÉREND SUR LES SOUS-MARINS © Reuters / Yves Herman An EU-Australian trade agreement more complicated after the dispute on submarines

Brussels (Reuters) - the cancellation by Australia of an order of French submarines complicates the conclusion of a trade agreement with the Union Even if the negotiations should continue, said Monday the President of the International Trade Commission of the European Parliament.

"I guess it will not lead to the stop of negotiations and talks with Australia, but they will be much more complicated," said German MEP Bernd Lange to journalists.

Bernd Lange, a member of the Parliamentary Group of Socialists and Democrats, said that the will of the countries of the Bloc and France in particular to compromise in commercial discussions, particularly on agriculture, was likely to be "enough Limited ".

(report Philip Blenkinsop, French version Diana Mandiá)

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