The UK is reportedly exploring joining the 11-country Trans-Pacific-Partnership (TPP) bloc, the Financial Times reported on Wednesday.
The TPP agreement is part of the Obama legacy and one of the first decisions of the Trump Administration was to withdraw US support, as Washington no longer believes in multilateral trade. However, Canada, Australia, Chile, New Zealand, Brunei, Singapore, Japan, Malaysia, Mexico, Peru and Vietnam remain committed to the agreement.
Currently, these countries hol...

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