The Trans-Pacific Partnership: Core Negotiation Issues

November 14, 2014
The Trans-Pacific Partnership is a high-standard, comprehensive free trade agreement that is being negotiated by seven countries from the west side of the Pacific (Australia, Brunei, Japan, Malaysia, New Zealand, Singapore, and Vietnam) and five countries from the eastern fringes (the U.S., Canada, Mexico, Chile, and Peru).
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