Convention 'Pacific' not this year in Congress

Convention 'Pacific' not this year in Congress

World November 9, 2016 20:39

- An FTA twelve countries in the Pacific (Pacific) by the US Congress is no longer treated Donald Trump for president. This leader of the Republican faction in the Senate, Mitch McDConnell Wednesday stressed.

Tuesday elected president Trump has turned strongly against free trade in his campaign. The treaty TPPA (Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement) was released in February after seven years of negotiations to establish. McConnell said that there was no free trade agreements come to the table is installed for the new president. Which is scheduled on January 20.

The United States and negotiate with the European Union on the TTIP (Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership). After the election of Trump is still doubted the success of the negotiations.

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