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Revived TPP may exclude trade concessions sought by US

Compromise could spur early enactment of Pacific Rim trade pact

U.S. exports would be at a competitive disadvantage should an 11-member Trans-Pacific Partnership take effect.

TOKYO -- Japan is proposing suspending trade concessions made to the U.S. as part of the Trans-Pacific Partnership in order to resurrect the pact with the 11 remaining members.

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