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The Meaning of the TPP - May 2015

President Obama is struggling to gain from Congress the so-called Trade Promotion Authority, also known as "fast track" negotiating authority, without which concluding his vaunted Trans-Pacific Partnership agreement would not be possible. And he wants to sign the 12-nation TPP as part of his legacy as the first such deal in quite a while - the US inked its last big global free trade arrangement (the Uruguay round) more than 20 years ago and its last bilateral pact in 2007.

If successfully concluded, the TPP,  covering 40% of the global economy, would be the biggest trade deal signed in the world in two decades. Mr. Obama has used a variety of approaches to try and sell the idea to recalcitrant Republicans and Democrats in the legislature, at times referring to it as a way to cure the ills inflicted on American workers by trade pacts of the past, particularly the North American Free Trade Agreement.   READ MORE>>

 

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