Asia signs a trade deal without the U.S.
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Fifteen Asia-Pacific countries have signed a major China-backed trade deal. What does it mean that the U.S. has been excluded? Plus, the arrival of Walmart Pet Care. And, New York City businesses try to negotiate on paying rent.
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The China-backed Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership forms the world’s largest trading bloc.
Can the mega-retailer compete with specialty stores in the nearly $100 billion pet sector?
With pandemic restrictions still cutting into revenues, some business owners say they need a break on commercial rent. But not all landlords are willing to negotiate.
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