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    Obama Calls on Congress to Approve Pacific Trade Deali
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    Mil Arcega
    January 14, 2016 12:49 AM
    President Barack Obama called for swift passage of the Trans-Pacific Partnership trade deal in his final State of the Union address Tuesday, saying it would cut tariffs on American-made products, open overseas markets and create higher-wage jobs at home. But the chances that lawmakers will approve may be slim at best. VOA's Mil Arcega reports.

    Obama Calls on Congress to Approve Pacific Trade Deal

    Published January 13, 2016

    President Barack Obama called for swift passage of the Trans-Pacific Partnership trade deal in his final State of the Union address Tuesday, saying it would cut tariffs on American-made products, open overseas markets and create higher-wage jobs at home. But the chances that lawmakers will approve may be slim at best. VOA's Mil Arcega reports.


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