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Japan ratifies TPP trade pact that Trump plans to dump

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Shinzo Abe, patron saint of lost causes.

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He's a fool

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Stick to RCEP, US does not have money to trade with Japan. No ptroduct, either. Trust Asian economic power.

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In s korea, 2 million citizens are in the streets. Why aren't 2 million farmers, small businesses, environmentalists in Japanese streets protesting and asking for his resignation? Oh wait, that would make Ishihara the next puppet. Damn.

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Any time wasting exercise to be had? J parliament is on the case.

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Shinzo Abe, patron saint of lost causes.

AND corporate Japan.

He's a fool

that's putting it mildly..

Why aren't 2 million farmers, small businesses, environmentalists in Japanese streets protesting and asking for his resignation?

Because I think that most Japanese have given up hope. I can't blame them.

Any time wasting exercise to be had? J parliament is on the case.

not to mention TAX wasting...

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At least with the US out of the TPP, it will not be so damaging to Japan.

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it will not be so damaging to Japan.

Had privy to the entire document? If not, what's the basis of your claim?

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Didn't himself say only the other week that TPP was dead without US ratification?

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Funny thing is.... had the USA continued to be a proponent of TPP.... then Japan probably would not have ratified it so quickly.

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Without US might be better off less competition also fair trading one another

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