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The US House of Representatives has approved a trade bill but rejected a programme aimed at US workers, meaning the fast tracking of two proposed agreements covering intellectual property would be slowed down.
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Trade Adjustment Assistance Program; Trans-Pacific Partnership; House of Representatives; intellectual property laws; Trade Promotion Authority;