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Trans Pacific Partnership

Release Date

12 February 2015

Free Trade Agreements are coming thick and fast and the next  slated for completion is the multilateral Trans Pacific Partnership –TPP which includes Australia, Brunei, Canada, Chile, Japan, Malaysia, Mexico, New Zealand, Peru, Singapore, the United States and Vietnam. To better understand this proposed FTA we suggest you read the following paper prepared by one of Australia’s policy researchers ITS Global.

The Trans Pacific Partnership Agreement (TPP)2 is the most important international trade initiative today for driving long-term global growth.

The TPP will commit a group of economies, which between them generate 37 percent of global GDP, to new measures to liberalise trade and investment.

Read the article here

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