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Study: U.S. withdrawal from TPP sweetens deal for Canada, Mexico

June 13, 2017
Canada and Mexico stand to gain the most from the U.S. decision to withdraw from the Trans-Pacific Partnership, according to a new study on the economic effects of moving forward with the agreement without the U.S. The study was conducted by the Canada West Foundation, a Calgary-based think tank, and released on June 13. Exports of TPP11 countries to the rest of the world are projected to rise 0.23 percent by 2035 because businesses will be incentivized to relocate production...

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