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Quick signoff on TPP trade deal far from sure at Asia-Pacific meeting

Reuters Wednesday, 8 November 2017 ()
DANANG, Vietnam (Reuters) - Continuing disagreements over the Trans Pacific Partnership (TPP) trade deal ditched by U.S. President Donald Trump mean 11 remaining members may not be ready to give it a wholehearted go-ahead at a summit this week, officials said on Wednesday.
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News video: Trudeau: Canada not signing TPP deal should be ‘no surprise’

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Justin Trudeau says Canada declining to sign an agreement-in-principle on the Trans-Pacific Partnership should not have been a surprise. On Saturday, the prime minister said finalizing the trade deal will “take the time it takes.”

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