Trans-Pacific Partnership trade deal may cost jobs, critics say – CBS News
President Obama celebrates a major victory for his trade agenda, as the U.S. and 11 Pacific Rim countries reach a controversial trade agreement. It would slash tariffs and open markets, but critics say it will cost jobs. The White House says the agreement will be a boon to U.S. industries including automakers. Margaret Brennan reports.
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