Japan, Peru pledge to step up effort for early TPP approval

LIMA (Reuters) – Japanese and Peruvian leaders said on Friday they will work harder to put into force a Pacific rim trade pact as early as possible, pledging support for the 12-nation accord with an uncertain future. “The two leaders have committed …
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