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  • Business chiefs from EU, UK ask May to speed up Brexit talks

    LONDON (AP) — Business leaders from both sides of the English Channel urged Prime Minister Theresa May on Monday to accelerate talks on Britain’s exit from the European Union as uncertainty about future trade relations threatens jobs and investment.

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  • Asia-Pacific forum sticks to free-trade gospel despite Trump

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  • The Latest: Compromise found on Pacific trade without US

    DANANG, Vietnam (AP) — The Latest on the summit of 21 Pacific Rim economies in Vietnam (all times local):