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New Zealand Prime Minister Ardern now keen to ratify TPP

New PM insists deal can be balanced with real estate restrictions

SYDNEY -- After less than a week in the job, New Zealand's new Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has talked up the possibility of ratifying the Trans-Pacific Partnership trade deal.

The 11 member countries remaining after the U.S. decision to withdraw from the pact are negotiating hard over the details and hope to reach an agreement by mid-November on its implementation.

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