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Japan and the United States failed to reach a much-awaited breakthrough, seen as vital to advancing the 12-country Trans-Pacific Partnership negotiations, at a three-day meeting on the proposed trade accord that wrapped in Sydney on Monday.

The lack of progress between the largest TPP economies clouds the goal of striking a broad deal by the end of the year, as proposed by the United States.

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