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Self-styled whistleblower website WikiLeaks is offering $100,000 for copies of the Trans-Pacific Partnership draft, which some see as a central plank of President Barack Obama’s diplomatic pivot to Asia.

WikiLeaks has published leaked chapters of the TPP negotiating text before, but on Tuesday began a drive to crowdsource money for the reward, just as U.S. unions launched a new push to make the text public.

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