A full outline of the Trans-Pacific Partnership agreement is slated to become public within a month, reports Reuters.com.

U.S. Trade Representative Michael Froman stated that they “hope to have it out within the next 30 days”. The announcement of the deal comes after more than 5 years of negotiations between 12 participating countries.

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