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Sec. John Kerry pushed a message of trans-Atlantic free trade in Germany while on his first official visit as Secretary of State. Kerry said a trade agreement between the US and Europe is a top priority for President Barack Obama's second term in office and would benefit both economies. "We think this is something that can help lift the economy of Europe, strengthen our economy, create jobs for Americans, for Germans for all Europeans, and create one of the largest allied markets in the world," he told reporters.