SIGNIFICANT progress was made at the ministerial meeting of the 12 Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) countries during the last week of July in Hawaii.
Although it was hoped that an agreement would be reached, the complexity of the negotiations is such that additional work will be required before the TPP trade deal can be concluded.
In a joint statement issued late July 31, the ministers pledged to continue to work on "resolvin
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