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Under the Trans-Pacific Partnership, Japanese automakers could source most of their parts from other countries, like China, but still enjoy reduced tariffs.
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Microsoft has lost the smartphone battle and after five years is limited to being a completely insignificant, niche player when compared to Android and iOS.
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