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New Zealand, Australian PMs meet and agree TPP should move forward without the U.S.

February 17, 2017
The prime ministers of New Zealand and Australia continue to insist the Trans-Pacific Partnership has a future without the U.S. New Zealand's Bill English and Australia's Malcolm Turnbull met this week and reiterated their commitment to moving the trade deal forward despite President Trump's decision to withdraw from it. “We also have deals that we are both focused on, like trade deals with the European Union, but in the case of TPP, I think there is a sense there that...

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