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Trade winds

5 October 2015 By Daniel Indiviglio

The Trans-Pacific Partnership, assuming it overcomes opposition in U.S. Congress, should ease trade on everything from car parts to cancer therapies. China’s absence is significant but so is a U.S.-Japan deal. If NAFTA is any guide, however, the broad GDP impact may be limited.

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