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article imageJapan's Abe says TPP negotiations reached 'broad agreement': NHK

By AFP     Oct 5, 2015 in World

Japan's prime minister said Monday a dozen nations have reached "broad agreement" on the Trans-Pacific Partnership, which aims to become the world's largest free-trade zone, after days of talks.

"Shortly before, I received a report from (Economics) minister (Akira) Amari that the TPP negotiations reached a broad agreement," Shinzo Abe told reporters at his official residence, broadcaster NHK reported on its website.

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