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'TPP 11' ministers pledge to revive stalled agreement

After US withdrawal, other signatories to press ahead with trade deal

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New Zealand's Trade Minister Todd McClay, center, is mobbed by reporters at the end of the meeting TPP11 held on the sidelines of the APEC ministers meeting being held in Hanoi, on May 21.   © Reuters

HANOI -- Ministers from 11 countries participating in stalled negotiations for the Trans-Pacific Partnership trade agreement, excluding the United States, met in Vietnam on Sunday to affirm "the value of realizing the TPP's benefits."

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