On today’s edition of Coffee and Markets, Brad Jackson and Ben Domenech are joined by Scott Lincicome to discuss the Trans-Pacific Partnership, how the auto industry is snubbing Japan, and what a Mitt Romney presidency would mean for our international trade policy.
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Senators from car states ask Obama to keep Japan out of TPP negotiations
Perfect: US TPP Negotiating Positions Getting Bogged Down by a Product We Don’t Even Make Anymore
Mexico Joins TPP as a “Second-class” Participant; Will Canada Follow? [UPDATE: Looks Like Canada’s In]
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