Japan leads TPP talks to keep trade deal alive

The Trans-Pacific Partnership was supposed to be the world’s biggest trade agreement until President Donald Trump pulled the United States out of it. The remaining 11 nations are moving forward with the deal, with negotiations in Japan this week.

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    The Trans-Pacific Partnership was supposed to be the world’s biggest trade agreement, until President Donald Trump pulled the United States out of it.

    The remaining 11 nations are moving forward with the deal, with negotiations in Japan this week.


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