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The Future of Multilateral Trade Agreements

Issued: March 31 2017

The Trump presidency brought about the United States’ expected withdrawal from the Trans-Pacific Partnership. Where does that leave the IP protections which had been written into the agreement? Gregory Glass reports from Kuala Lumpur.

 

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