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Now You Can Read the TPP

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    November 6, 2015
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It has taken nearly a decade for the 12 Pacific Rim countries to finally agree on what will govern trade between them in the future.

So far the drafts have only been available to lawmakers, but today the full text was released.  So fix yourself a cup of fair trade coffee or tea, put on your reading glasses, and read the article below.

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