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US Capitol Capsule: US, eight nations reach deal on Trans-Pacific Partnership ‘broad outlines’

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President Barack Obama announced on 12 November that the US had reached an agreement with eight other nations on broad outlines for the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) free-trade agreement, which he insisted would "boost our economies,” while also “lowering barriers to trade and investment, increasing exports and creating more jobs for our people, which is my number-one priority".

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