Unraveling the Free Trade ‘Noodle Bowl’: What’s in it for exporters? Exporter Magazine – May/June 2015 By Stephen Jacobi

by | Jun 25, 2015 | Trade Working Blog

The course of trade negotiations rarely runs smooth. Lately the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) has been in the headlines, as President Obama sought – and achieved – authority to negotiate a deal that Congress could accept or reject, but not amend. This mandate is critical to ensure the other eleven parties – particularly Japan and Canada – come to the table with realistic negotiating offers on agriculture and show flexibility in dealing with remaining issues…more

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