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New Pacific Trade Deal Could Leave U.S. Playing Catchup

President Trump yanked the U.S. out of the Trans-Pacific Partnership in January, apparently sinking the world’s biggest proposed free trade deal. But the countries he left in the lurch are moving closer to a new version of the agreement — minus the U.S.

 

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