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Malaysia And Vietnam Retrench As The U.S. Stalls On Trans-Pacific Trade Pact

If you trust American political campaign statements, the wide-reaching Trans Pacific Partnership free trade agreement is on track tofail final approval after a decade of talks among 12 countries, including four in east Asia. Both major party presidential candidates, Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump, have voiced concerns about the pact [...]
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