Of course they do.
They realize it’s about trying to stop their dominance of the market.
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Canada, the official added, struck a bilateral deal with Japan to resolve non-tariff barriers on autos, including a binding dispute settlement mechanism.
I want to believe in good things. But all I can imagine from this is that corporations will be able to better bend the laws of each land to its benefit.
This revised TPP deal shouldn't faze Trump or affect his pocketbook. He gets his income from selling real estate to Russian oligarchs and collecting emoluments from around the world. It just affects almost all other U.S. citizens.
The best deals.