The government should push for quick completion of the TPP trade deal.
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Prime Minister Stephen Harper is greeted by Chinese President Xi Jinping in Beijing on Nov 9. China, which is not among the TPP negotiating countries, has become a champion for another deal, the FTAAP.
By now most Canadians have heard of the TPP, the Trans-Pacific Partnership, the trade agreement under negotiation between the United States, Japan, Canada, Mexico, Australia, New Zealand, Singapore, Vietnam, Malaysia, Peru, Chile and Brunei.
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