April 23, 2015

The Case for the Trans-Pacific Partnership

By Vance Serchuk

Congress reached a rare and significant bipartisan breakthrough last week on legislation that would provide the executive branch with so-called Trade Promotion Authority - paving the way for President Barack Obama’s administration to conclude long-stalled negotiations for the Trans-Pacific Partnership, a 12-nation trade pact that could prove transformational.

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