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A US-less TPP leaves China to set Asia's trade rules

Remaining signatories scramble for alternatives as Trump pulls out of trade pact

TOKYO The remaining members of the Trans-Pacific Partnership are preparing for life without the U.S. following the country's official withdrawal from the trade deal it once led. Though some members still hope the TPP can be salvaged, others recognize that the door is now open for China to take over as the rule-setter for trade in the region.

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