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china and the u. s. meeting in washington this week discussing their massive economic and trade ties but the chinese will be keeping one eye on capitol hill and president obama's continuing struggle to close out a massive trade deal with his agenda bouncing back to the senate tuesday trade correspondent christy here's a month ago they passed that fast track legislation with a bunch of sixty two to thirty seven but then because , and this way it will be a series of procedural fights and then , trans pacific partnership includes twelve countries stretching from chile to japan and for obama it's a key part of his strategy to counter china's growing economic power in the region and a big part of obama's argument for the t. p. p. is that without it quote china will write the rules on trade democrats fear the deal could cost you s. jobs and a few in the senate are threatening not to support the deal a second time batavia has categorically , towards asia and a big slice who is five seven balancing and balancing out china's influence in the region and i'm sure they will be watching very closely to see if congress is going to let the u. s. coast hit with this agenda so with tuesday's vote far from a sure bet upon a recipe every week at the worst possible time