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US meat body outlines Japanese trade priorities
The North American Meat Institute called for US beef and pork exports to receive the same tariff benefits that have been granted to competitors under the Trans-Pacific Partnership.
TPP-11 chief negotiators to meet in Tokyo next week, Japanese minister says
Chief negotiators will discuss how to operate the pact and the basic policy on accepting future members after it enters into force.
Vietnam ratifies Pacific rim trade pact abandoned by Trump
The Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership or CPTPP will take effect at the end of 2018 after Australia became the sixth nation to ratify it.
Taiwan envoy to ask Japan to back island’s bid for TPP membership
Taiwan plans to officially ask Japan to endorse its membership in the Trans-Pacific Partnership.
Malaysia still studying CPTPP, says Tun M
Malaysia is still studying the implications and potential impacts of the Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership (CPTPP) before deciding to ratify the free trade agreement, said the Prime Minister
TPP-11 now turns focus to recruiting new members
In January meeting, addition of Thailand, South Korea and UK to be discussed.
Japanese farmers worried over effects of trans-Pacific trade pact
Japanese farmers expressed concern about an expected influx of imports and other effects of a trans-Pacific free trade agreement led by Japan that is set to enter into force on Dec 30.
TPP-11 to take effect on Dec. 30
Sixth country Australia ratifies trade pact, paving way for early launch
Canada’s sprint to ratify sets up Trans-Pacific trade deal to take effect this year
Formal notice of Canada’s ratification filed Saturday; Australia expected to ratify this week.
Trade strategy hui attracts 17,000 online viewers
The hui on What an Alternative and Progressive Trade Strategy Should Look Like at Auckland University’s Fale Pasifika attracted a remarkable 16,831 pageviews over the two days of live-streaming.
TPP-11 may take effect by year-end: Japanese minister
The 11-country free trade agreement formerly known as the Trans-Pacific Partnership may take effect by the end of this year, Toshimitsu Motegi, Japan’s minister in charge of negotiations, revealed Friday.
It’s time to stop giving more rights to global corporations
The UN Conference on Trade and Development new research shows that increased market power of global corporations is driving global income inequality. It recommends a review of existing regulation and trade agreements to develop “measures to curb abusive business practices.”
NZ red meat sector reacts to CPTPP ratification
The New Zealand red meat sector is urging other member countries of the Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership to complete their ratifications so the treaty can come into force.
The Trans-Pacific Powergrab: Why joining the TPP would be bad for people and planet – and the UK
New briefing from War on Want, Global Justice Now and Trade Justice Movement UK
NZ becomes 4th nation to ratify Pacific free trade deal
The New Zealand government on Thursday announced that it formally ratified a $10 trillion Pacific-wide free trade agreement involving 10 other countries.
We don’t need trade pact to draw investors, says Santiago
An MP has dismissed a trade advocacy group’s claim that Malaysia will lose out to Vietnam if it does not ratify the Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership (CPTPP).
TPP-11 on track to take effect in mid-January
The 11-country Trans-Pacific Partnership is expected to go into force in mid-January, with New Zealand, Australia, Vietnam and Canada on track to complete the ratification process by November, joining Japan, Mexico and Singapore, which have already done so
AMWU Statement on the Trans Pacific Partnership
As part of the Change the Rules campaign, the Australian Manufacturing Workers Union (AMWU) and the broader union movement have raised significant concerns with Labor and the Government about the Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement.
TPP takes back seat as Malaysia sets sights on early conclusion to RCEP trade deal
Malaysia is putting a premium on a free trade deal led by the Association of Southeast Asian Nations, its trade minister told The Japan Times in a recent interview, while also apparently relegating the Japan-backed Trans-Pacific Partnership to the back burner for the time being.
FTA talks being accelerated
Negotiators are revving up free trade talks with dialogue partners for the remaining months this year and look set to resume talks with the EU and join the Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership (CPTPP), a newly formed bloc of 11 Pacific Rim nations excluding the US, next year.