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Joe Biden’s digital trade deal could see US rejoin Asia-Pacific pact ditched by Donald Trump

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[unable to retrieve full-text content]Plans by the United States for a digital trade agreement covering Indo-Pacific economies may be a step toward Washington rejoining a regional trade deal that president Donald Trump exited in 2017, Australian trade minister Dan Tehan said.Details of the potential digital accord are still being drafted, but the pact could include countries such as Australia, Canada, Chile, Japan, Malaysia, New Zealand and Singapore, according to earlier reports.Asked by Bloomberg Television’s Annmarie Hordern on…

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Plans by the United States for a digital trade agreement covering Indo-Pacific economies may be a step toward Washington rejoining a regional trade deal that president Donald Trump exited in 2017, Australian trade minister Dan Tehan said.Details of the potential digital accord are still being drafted, but the pact could include countries such as Australia, Canada, Chile, Japan, Malaysia, New Zealand and Singapore, according to earlier reports.Asked by Bloomberg Television’s Annmarie Hordern on…

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