The 12-nation Trans-Pacific Partnership was praised by Trade Representative Michael Froman Tuesday at the Port of Long Beach. He described the port as “a gateway” to the region that will be helped by the agreement, the Long Beach Press Telegram reports. However, critics of the deal have concerns about the impact it might have on American jobs as well as how workers will be treated in the participating countries.
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