The heads of state from countries representing 40 per cent of the global economy signed off the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) for legislative approval on 4 February. Top US trade lawyers say the treaty will benefit Latin American signatories Chile, Mexico and Peru, but whether it puts the rest of the Americas at a disadvantage remains far from clear, writes Tom Muskett-Ford
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