The Trans-Pacific Trade Partnership, at least in its current form, is dead. The landmark free trade agreement between the United States and 11 Pacific Rim countries was not only a key part of President Obama’s legacy but a crucial tool to boost the U.S. economy and its standing in Asia. But given Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump’s victory Tuesday, the prospects of congressional approval are zero.

Source: San Francisco Chronicle

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