The Wall Street Journal: Wilbur Ross cites unsatisfactory progress in trade talks with EU

BRUSSELS — Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross said Wednesday that President Donald Trump wanted quick results from trade talks with the European Union and warned that progress was unsatisfactory.

“We really need tangible progress, our president’s patience is not unlimited,” Ross said during a press briefing in Brussels, a day after meeting European Trade Commissioner Cecilia Malmstrom in the EU’s capital. He said the U.S. stressed “the need for speed and for getting to near-term deliverables.”

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