Report says TPP offers most gains for U.S.

Postponing implementation of TPP could represent $94 billion permanent loss to U.S. economy.

The Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) would boost U.S. exports by $357 billion, or 9.1% of exports, over baseline projections by 2030, when the agreement is nearly fully implemented, according to a new working paper from the Peterson Institute for International Economics.

The estimates suggest that TPP will increase annual real incomes in the U.S. by $131 billion, or 0.5% of gross domestic product.

While the U.S. will be the largest beneficiary of TPP in absolute terms, the ag

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