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Business Economists Survey Shows Most Back TPP, But Many Want 'More Favorable Terms'

August 22, 2016 at 10:20 AM
A new survey of business economists shows a significant majority favors the adoption of the Trans-Pacific Partnership, though a large percentage wants the U.S. to seek “more favorable terms.” The survey of 414 members of the National Association of Business Economists says less than half – 47 percent – “favor adoption of the TPP by the U.S. in its current form, while 30% indicate the U.S. should seek more favorable terms before adopting the trade pact.” Just six percent said...

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