The Trans-Pacific Partnership is dead, but could it have an afterlife?
Maybe.
Among President Trump’s first acts was an order withdrawing from the TPP. This fulfilled Trump’s campaign promise to torpedo the high-profile agreement between the United States and 11 other Pacific Rim countries, led by Japan and Mexico. As important, it symbolized Trump’s conviction that ineptly negotiated trade agreements are at the core of America’s economy’s problems.
Given this background, it seems astounding that anyone would suggest that the TPP may rise from the dead, with a new name and slightly altered…

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