U.S. Trade Representative Michael Froman, left, and the New Zealand Prime Minister John Key shake hands after signing the Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement in Auckland, New Zealand.Trade ministers from 12 Pacific Rim countries, including the United States, have ceremonially signed the free-trade deal.
U.S. Trade Representative Michael Froman, left, and the New Zealand Prime Minister John Key shake hands after signing the Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement in Auckland, New Zealand.Trade ministers from 12 Pacific Rim countries, including the United States, have ceremonially signed the free-trade deal. David Rowland AP
U.S. Trade Representative Michael Froman, left, and the New Zealand Prime Minister John Key shake hands after signing the Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement in Auckland, New Zealand.Trade ministers from 12 Pacific Rim countries, including the United States, have ceremonially signed the free-trade deal. David Rowland AP

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