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Canada dives deep into data to make case to U.S. on NAFTA, says Freeland - Politics - CBC News
The federal government is using a deep mine of digital data to map out what it says are the economic benefits to the United States of its unfettered trade with Canada, says Foreign Affairs Minister Chrystia Freeland.

Not quite dead: how Trump-spurned TPP could be resuscitated | Asia Times
On January 23, just three days after entering the White House, true to his populist campaign rhetoric, Donald Trump signed an executive order to withdraw the United States from the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP). With that order, the new president in effect pronounced the mega-regional trade deal, which had been on life support for months, dead. This is because, without the US, which accounted for three-fifths of the 12-member pact’s combined gross domestic product, the deal was seen as lifeless.

TPP trade deal and Korea
Ministers from 11 countries taking part in negotiations for the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) have agreed to press for a new pact by November _ without the United States. The agreement will serve to revive the multilateral trade deal, which has been on the brink of collapse since new U.S. President Donald Trump abandoned it in January.

TPP revival a boon amid rising protectionism, Opinion News & Top Stories - The Straits Times
United States President Donald Trump sounded an apparent death knell for the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) trade pact in January when he decided to withdraw the world's largest economy from the 12-nation agreement.

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