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The intense, final hours of negotiations to conclude the Trans-Pacific Partnership trade deal came down to disputes over milk imports, drug patents and origin of car parts. But the seven-year-long effort by the U.S. was always about something bigger: embedding an American-led vision of an economic and political order in Asia. The 12-nation accord is the biggest trade pact every reached. The pact is now going to Congress for approval, as reported by the Chicago Tribune.

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