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TPP Countries Agree To Keep Trade Deal Alive

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Members of the Trans Pacific Partnership, also known as the TPP, agreed to continue working on the proposed trade deal, despite early Canadian resistance in talks that raised new doubts about its survival.

According to a draft of the final statement due to be released on Saturday in Vietnam, the 11 countries remain committed to “the core elements” of a deal, but understand that more work remains.

Moving ahead with TPP would be a boost for the principle of multilateral trade agreements..

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