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Pacific-rim pact to benefit Aussies, Canucks

The Canadian government has said labor rights and the environment will have to factor into a trade agreement being formulated with the countries of Australasia that could see all tariffs removed on large seafood deals. A new Trans-Pacific Partnership agreement — to replace the one the United States withdrew from at a stroke early in early 2017 — aims to “eliminate 95-percent” of tariffs between the countries of the Asia Pacific, including Australia, Canada, China (Hong Kong), Chile, Japan, Malaysia...