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'TPP 11' should preserve all agreed-upon rules: ex-US trade chief

Michael Froman warns of 'risk that the whole thing unravels'

Michael Froman, former U.S. trade representative, speaks to the Nikkei Asian Review in Tokyo.

TOKYO -- As the 11 remaining parties to the Trans-Pacific Partnership work to ratify the trade deal, possibly by November, a former U.S. trade representative warns that the pact could be severely weakened unless efforts are made to keep "high standards" intact.

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