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Big Labor: Allowing Japan into trade pact could undermine auto bailout

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Last week, the U.S. announced that it had made a deal to allow Japan into talks for the Trans-Pacific Partnership, a major trade pact to lower tariffs on Pacific rim countries. The deal could encompass as much as  40 percent of global trade. Bloomberg Businessweek reported: The Japan-U.S. agreement includes measures to lower trade barriers in the automotive and insurance sectors, as...

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