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A Japanese Breakthrough on the TPP?

April 25, 2014

Jeffrey J. Schott says the apparent agreement by Japan to lower tariff barriers on beef, poultry, and other products needs to be fleshed out but could pave the way for a broad accord later this year.





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Op-ed: This Is Japan's Chance to Lead TPP Talks Published in the Nikkei Asian Review. Reposted with permisssion.
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Book: The Trans-Pacific Partnership and Asia-Pacific Integration: A Quantitative Assessment Policy Analyses in International Economics No. 98 November 2012


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