President Obama talks trade
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Will China actually join Obama's trade deal?
The country is "putting out feelers," and the TPP without China is kind of weak.
President Obama: the full interview
A conversation on the future of international trade.
President Obama says China open to joining trade partnership
Kai sits down with the POTUS to discuss TPP and the future of international trade.
The great trade debate: nine sticking points
Much of the discussion circles back to the pros and cons of past deals.
Currency control sits uneasily in trade deal
Adding currency rules to the Trans-Pacific Partnership is mired in controversy.
NAFTA legacy casts a shadow on new trade agreements
As the Trans-Pacific Partnership looms, a look back at what NAFTA changed in America.
Why the secrecy behind trade talks?
The lack of transparency behind trade deals is a worry for critics.
Japan's trade negotiations may be troubled by currency
Some are claiming the Bank of Japan is manipulating currency.
Pacific trade and the fear of currency manipulation
The President faces opposition to having more authority on Pacific nation trade.
Trade agreements, then and now
Congress is turning its attention to trade this week.