Referring to the Trans-Pacific Partnership and similar next-generation investment pacts as free trade deals can lead policy makers to ignore the ways in which the world has changed and to underplay the long-term importance of parts of the agreement — in particular, those related to intellectual property — that do not fall neatly into the free trade world view, Blayne Haggart explains in this video.



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