White House push for trade deal hits resistance at home

President Barack Obama's effort toward a 12-nation free trade agreement, the Trans-Pacific Partnership, is encountering opposition from U.S. manufacturers and unions that think they might be harmed. Steve Biegun, vice president for international governmental affairs at Ford Motor, said he is worried that economic interests of U.S. companies will get pushed aside by negotiators eager for an agreement.

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