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The Trans-Pacific Partnership is billed as the biggest thing of its kind in world history: an international deal with the US and 11 other countries that account for 40% of global business. If Congress finally approves, the Ports of LA and Long Beach will get a lot more action. Beyond that, it could be a mixed bag for Los Angeles and the rest of California. We hear what it could mean for Hollywood, LA's garment industry, agriculture and pharmaceuticals.

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Guests:
Don Lee, Los Angeles Times, @dleelatimes
Stephen Cheung, World Trade Center Los Angeles, @WTCLosAngeles
Rusty Hicks, Los Angeles County Federation of Labor, @rustyhicks
Ilse Metchek, California Fashion Association, @calfashion

More:
Lee on the Trans-Pacific Partnership and its impact on California

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