SURABAYA, INDONESIA – Japan got the green light Saturday to participate in the Trans-Pacific Partnership free-trade negotiations from the last of the 11 member nations, as Canada granted its approval at the end of bilateral talks.
Ottawa’s permission puts Japan on track to join from late July the ongoing discussions on creating a high-level trade liberalization framework among Pacific Rim countries.
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