The Trans Pacific Partnership (TPP) trade agreement has formally concluded its negotiations' processes, setting the parameters for liberalized trade among a dozen countries of the Asia-Pacific region: the United States, Japan, Canada, Mexico, Australia, New Zealand, Malaysia, Vietnam, Chile, Peru, Singapore, and Brunei, but the Parties must ratify the Agreement pursuant to their own domestic legal procedures before it can enter into force, a politically contentious process, particularly for the the United States.
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