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Irishman named to run EU trade in build-up to Brexit

Reuters Tuesday, 10 September 2019 ()
Irishman Phil Hogan was appointed on Tuesday to lead the European Union's international trade affairs from November, a clear message to London as the sides prepare to negotiate a new deal after Brexit.
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