10/15/2013

With world trade falling below its average for the past decade in 2011 and 2012, the global economy could use some help from trade agreements, according to The Economist. "By the end of the year trade officials may deliver just that, or a taste of it at any rate," the magazine noted. "Farthest on the path to completion is the Trans-Pacific Partnership," which could improve customs rules and infrastructure investments.

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