AG Week Canada Will Remain at TPP Table During Election, Harper SaysBloombergCanada will continue to negotiate a Trans-Pacific Partnership trade pact during its election campaign, Prime Minister Stephen Harper said. Harper spoke in Laval, Quebec, Monday morning after New Zealand’s Prime Minister said a trade pact can’t wait …Canada says to remain at TPP negotiations […]Continue Reading ...
CTV News Marathon campaign won’t derail TPP talks: HarperCTV NewsThe prime minister says Trans-Pacific Partnership negotiations, which failed to reach an agreement late last week, are still ongoing, and Canada remains at the table, notwithstanding the dissolution of Parliament. New Zealand officials told The …Harper hopes to sign TPP deal before federal election kickoffNational ObserverHarper […]Continue Reading ...
Center for Research on Globalization WikiLeaks Reveals the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (CBC) and Canada Post …Center for Research on GlobalizationThe Council of Canadians, which leads the Canadian campaign against the TPP and other reckless trade agreements, is concerned that the “essence and mandate” of both the CBC and Canada Post “are being traded away in […]Continue Reading ...
CTV News Negotiators push ahead with TPP talks as elections loomCTV NewsA TPP deal would presumably be voted upon by the next Parliament, after the election. The government intends to keep negotiating, in the runup to Oct. 19: “Canada has been and will continue to be a committed and constructive partner at the negotiating …Japan’s ‘sacred’ […]Continue Reading ...
Voice of America Outlook Mixed After TPP Talks EndVoice of AmericaBANGKOK—. There was no consensus Monday on how soon talks to conclude the Trans-Pacific Partnership trade pact could be revived after the 12 parties failed to reach a deal at what was intended to be the concluding round last week in Hawaii.Vietnam completes TPP bilateral […]Continue Reading ...
Forbes The TPP, The WTO, The 21st Century Global Trade Mess And The Poverty of NationsForbesThe TPP (Trans-Pacific Partnership), which The Economist (and many other publications) proclaimed was going “into the home stretch” at a meeting convened in Maui (Hawaii) on 28-31 July, in fact bit the dust due to irreconcilable differences on issues … and […]Continue Reading ...
The Australian Financial Review TPP: North Asian trade deals provide faster boostThe Australian Financial ReviewWhile it is difficult to compare the agreements, the China and other north Asian bilateral deals will have a more immediate goods trade increase for Australia compared with the TPP, which is likely to provide longer term benefits in locking the […]Continue Reading ...
TPP investor-state dispute settlement clauses allow corporations to sue …World Socialist Web SiteThe Obama administration’s ongoing push for the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP)—a trade bloc of 12 countries—seeks to enshrine US economic dominance over the Asia-Pacific in binding agreements. Among the TPP’s central mechanisms for establishing … and more »Continue Reading ...
TPP investor-state dispute settlement clauses allow corporations to sue …World Socialist Web SiteThe Obama administration’s ongoing push for the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP)—a trade bloc of 12 countries—seeks to enshrine US economic dominance over the Asia-Pacific in binding agreements. Among the TPP’s central mechanisms for establishing …Like other trade agreements, TPP likely will cause a massive loss […]Continue Reading ...
Scoop.co.nz Post-cabinet: TPP, Family Violence and Solid EnergyScoop.co.nzPrime Minister John Key discussed the current situation on the TPP, Solid Energy and the upcoming discussion document on family violence in a post-cabinet press conference today. The TPP agreement was unable to be concluded over the weekend, and … and more »Continue Reading ...
Minister of Trade Tim Groser issued a press release [external link] following the TPP Ministerial Meeting in Hawaii from 28-31 July 2015. id=’rss-end’>Continue Reading ...
TPP Ministers released a statement following their meeting in Hawaii from 28-31 July 2015: Joint statement by TPP Ministers We, the trade ministers of Australia, Brunei Darussalam, Canada, Chile, Japan, Malaysia, Mexico, New Zealand, Peru, Singapore, United States, and Vietnam announce that, after more than a week of productive meetings, we have made significant progress […]Continue Reading ...
Bloomberg Sperling Says Clinton Has ‘Healthy Skepticism’ Over TPPBloombergGene Sperling, a former economic adviser to two U.S. presidents, and now an adviser to Hillary Clinton and a consultant on U.S. economic policy to Pacific Investment Management Co., talks about the negotiations over the Trans-Pacific Partnership. and more »Continue Reading ...
International Business Times AU TPP talks collapse in Hawaii as New Zealand and Canada clash over dairy: NZ …International Business Times AUMeanwhile, a leading political party in New Zealand has asked the government to bring home an unsigned Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement for public scrutiny. New Zealand First made this open demand in the background of […]Continue Reading ...
Bloomberg What Caused the TPP Talks to Fall Apart?BloombergAsian Trade Center Executive Director Deborah Elms discusses the Trans-Pacific Partnership and why the talks ended without an agreement. She speaks to Bloomberg’s Rishaad Salamat on “Trending Business.” (Source: Bloomberg) …Continue Reading ...
The Straits Times Resume TPP talks soon or risk drifting off course, says Yomiuri ShimbunThe Straits TimesThe ministerial meeting of the countries negotiating the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) framework ended on Friday (July 31, 2015) without reaching a broad agreement. In a joint statement, the 12 participating countries emphasised that “we are more …TPP talks collapse in […]Continue Reading ...
Newstalk ZB Blame for TPP breakdown should be laid with all parties: US repNewstalk ZBBut the Prime Minister is being told he should have an idea of how much the TPP trade deal is worth to New Zealand. Labour Leader Andrew Little argues some detail should be known given we’re looking to sign a deal […]Continue Reading ...
Taranaki Daily News Taranaki farmer says TPP must benefit dairy industryTaranaki Daily NewsA Taranaki farmer and former politician says there is no point signing a landmark free-trade pact unless it benefits New Zealand’s dairy industry. New Zealand’s dairy sector has proved to be a stumbling block to the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP … and more »Continue Reading ...
Stuff.co.nz TPP must benefit dairy industryStuff.co.nzNew Zealand’s dairy sector has proved to be a stumbling block to the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP), with some countries cautious about our small, but significant export industry. The United States, Canada and Japan have so far refused to open up …We’ll get a comfortable TPP dairy deal – KeyRadio New […]Continue Reading ...
The Australian Financial Review TPP: Andrew Robb says deal depends on USThe Australian Financial ReviewTrade Minister Andrew Robb (left) says: “We have taken decisions provisionally on over 90 per cent of the issues so we are very close and it just needs the movement by the United States on a couple of big issues and […]Continue Reading ...
Radio New Zealand NZ envoy still confident of TPPRadio New ZealandNew Zealand’s special agricultural trade envoy says a Trans-Pacific Partnership deal was very close to being reached at talks in Hawaii and he is confident it will be finalised in three weeks. Mike Petersen. Photo: Twitter. Mike Petersen. Photo: Twitter. and more »Continue Reading ...
Stuff.co.nz John Key optimistic TPP will pass despite collapse of talksStuff.co.nzThe Prime Minister is “disappointed” the Trans Pacific Partnership (TPP) free-trade deal ground to a halt in Hawaii at the weekend but says he’s not “surprised”. Talks to reach a TPP agreement between 12 countries collapsed on Saturday as negotiators …Obama’s TPP trade deal hits […]Continue Reading ...
Taranaki Daily News TPP must benefit dairy industryTaranaki Daily NewsTim Groser. A Taranaki farmer and former politician says there is no point signing a landmark free-trade pact unless it benefits New Zealand’s dairy industry. New Zealand’s dairy sector has proved to be a stumbling block to the Trans-Pacific … and more »Continue Reading ...
Taranaki Daily News Taranaki farmer says TPP must benefit dairy industryTaranaki Daily NewsTim Groser. A Taranaki farmer and former politician says there is no point signing a landmark free-trade pact unless it benefits New Zealand’s dairy industry. New Zealand’s dairy sector has proved to be a stumbling block to the Trans-Pacific … and more »Continue Reading ...
Center for Research on Globalization TPP Ministerial Deadlock.”Good News for People on the Planet”. Worldwide …Center for Research on GlobalizationTwenty-eight House Democrats backed Fast Track authority to ram TPP through Congress with minimal debate and no amendments. Many said their continued support depends on provisions mandating strong enforceable labor and environmental standards … and more »Continue Reading ...
Foreign investors could use TPP to challenge U.S. laws, leaving American …Honolulu Star-AdvertiserI plan to oppose the Trans-Pacific Partnership, but not because I oppose all free-trade agreements. My primary reason stems from a little-known provision called “investor-state dispute settlement,” or ISDS, that would provide foreign corporations a … and more »Continue Reading ...
The Australian Financial Review TPP: Ministers, business split over how to revive trade talksThe Australian Financial ReviewUS trade representative Michael Froman says the TPP still has a future at the closing press conference. Reuters. by Greg Earl, John Kehoe and Misa Han. Pacific trade ministers and business are increasingly split over how to push ahead […]Continue Reading ...
3News NZ Groser stands firm on TPP promises3News NZTrade Minister Tim Groser has tackled his critics with a promise New Zealanders won’t pay more for medicine if the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) goes ahead. New Zealand won’t sign without progress for dairy farmers and Mr Groser admits the longer …Trans-Pacific talks fail, weakening Conservative hopes as […]Continue Reading ...
ABC Online Farm groups express disappointment at failure to broker TPP dealABC OnlineThe National Farmers Federation is disappointed negotiators failed to strike an agreement on the Trans Pacific Partnership, but it remains confident Australian agriculture will benefit from the deal once it is signed. It was expected the final details …Agriculture minister optimistic on TPP […]Continue Reading ...
The Australian Financial Review NZ Trade Minister Tim Groser confident Trans-Pacific Partnership deal can …The Australian Financial ReviewThe issue of pharmaceuticals has been a lightning rod for anti-TPP opponents across the Tasman. New Zealand’s Pharmac is similar in structure and public appreciation to the Pharmaceutical Benefits Scheme in Australia. “This is not some goddamn binary, …Farmers […]Continue Reading ...
Malaysia to continue taking part in TPP talksAsiaOneKUALA LUMPUR – Malaysia will continue to take part in the Trans Pacific Partnership (TPP) negotiations despite the reported failure of the 12 countries to clinch a deal at the latest round of talks. International Trade and Industry Minister Datuk Seri …Continue Reading ...
The Australian Financial Review Trans Pacific Partnership: Barack Obama loses, China winsThe Australian Financial ReviewMr Obama’s former top Asia adviser for national security, Jeffrey Bader, warned that a failure to seal a Trans-Pacific Partnership deal in Hawaii last week “puts into question the [US] rebalance to Asia”. “The Obama administration’s policy of …Trans-Pacific Partnership: ‘Magnificent’ […]Continue Reading ...
TPP a ‘very complicated equation’ – Tim GroserTVNZTPP a ‘very complicated equation’ – Tim Groser. 6:28pm. share. One News. Source: TPP a ‘very complicated equation’ – Tim Groser. 00:32. The trade minister told Q&A he has mixed emotions over a failure to reach an agreement. Source: ONE News … and more »Continue Reading ...
Stuff.co.nz NZ won’t be pushed out of TPP negotiations – Tim GroserStuff.co.nzTalks to reach a Trans Pacific Partnership agreement between 12 countries collapsed into a blame game yesterday as negotiators failed to reach agreement on access to dairy markets and intellectual property. A clash between the Canadians and Kiwis over …Trade talks fail to clinch TPP […]Continue Reading ...
Sky News Australia Agriculture minister optimistic on TPP dealSky News AustraliaAgriculture Minister Barnaby Joyce says the Trans-Pacific Partnership trade deal could still become reality, despite stalled negotiations. Speaking to Sky News, Mr Joyce said the key sticking points for Trade Minister Andrew Robb were in sugar and dairy.Robb can still get a good TPP deal: […]Continue Reading ...
Stuff.co.nz TPP: Trans Pacific Partnership talks fail in face of NZ, Canada dairy clashStuff.co.nzTrade ministers from the 12 nations negotiating the Trans-Pacific Partnership, which would stretch from Japan to Chile and cover 40 per cent of the world economy, fell just short of a deal at talks on the Hawaiian island of Maui. “We have […]Continue Reading ...
The Land Newspaper Robb upbeat despite no TPP dealThe Land NewspaperTrade Minister Andrew Robb had hoped to finally conclude the long-running Trans-Pacific Partnership negotiations during marathon talks with his counterparts in Hawaii, but the talks soured in the final hours and delegates will now return to the table … and more »Continue Reading ...
Sky News Australia Robb can still get a good TPP deal: JoyceSky News AustraliaAgriculture Minister Barnaby Joyce hasn’t given up on Australia signing the Trans-Pacific Partnership, potentially the world’s biggest regional trade agreement. Week-long negotiations over the TPP ended in Hawaii on Saturday without an agreement with …Continue Reading ...
WND.com Obama’s TPP trade deal hits the wallWND.comThe latest round of talks in Hawaii had been expected to yield an agreement to conclude the TPP. The president pressed Congress to surrender its ability to amend the pact, saying that would enable him to quickly wrap up the negotiations. The House and …TPP: Trans Pacific Partnership talks […]Continue Reading ...
International Business Times TPP Deal: Australia Blames US, Big Four Economies For Not Reaching Final Trans …International Business TimesThe latest round of Trans-Pacific Partnership negotiations in Hawaii ended without the 12 countries reaching a final agreement because of disagreements over a number of small issues. Australia’s trade representative is placing the blame for the accord […]Continue Reading ...
Radio New Zealand Trade talks fail to clinch TPP – for nowRadio New ZealandInstead, the joint statement by the TPP Ministers said: “We have made significant progress and will continue work on resolving a limited number of remaining issues, paving the way for the conclusion of the Trans-Pacific Partnership negotiations.” Yet … and more »Continue Reading ...
TheTyee.ca Farmers Could Sour on Tories over TPP Dairy BattleTheTyee.caThe TPP is a free trade agreement between 12 different Pacific nations accounting for 40 per cent of the world’s economy. The nations are still hashing out the details of the TPP, which has been kept from the public eye. Depending on the outcome, it’s …Continue Reading ...
The Australian Trans-Pacific Partnership: Australia walks away from dealThe AustralianHopes the Trans-Pacific Partnership deal could be finalised this week were dashed yesterday when trade ministers from 12 participating nations failed to reach a final agreement on the $200 billion pact. Trade Minister Andrew Robb vowed to keep working, …Negotiations stall on biggest free trade deal ever, […]Continue Reading ...
International Business Times Will Trans-Pacific Partnership hold back new generic drugs?Los Angeles TimesThe Times’ editorial board, which has long supported free-trade deals, sounded a note of caution Friday about the next one in the pipeline, the Trans-Pacific Partnership. “The Obama administration’s goal has been to persuade its trading partners to …Cables Show Hillary Clinton’s State […]Continue Reading ...
Castanet.net No deal on TPPCastanet.netThat’s because a few thousand kilometres away, negotiators couldn’t close the deal. Ministers from 12 countries left Hawaii without a Trans-Pacific Partnership treaty, and without a date set for their next meeting. Now the Conservative government finds …TPP talks could slow due to Canada’s dairy hardball, says New Zealand envoyCBC.caCanada’s dairy […]Continue Reading ...
Center for Research on Globalization TPP ministerial talks end without final agreementThe Japan NewsBy Takahiro Tsujimoto and Soichiro Kuboniwa / Yomiuri Shimbun Staff WritersMAUI, Hawaii — Ministerial talks among the 12 countries negotiating the Trans-Pacific Partnership ended Friday without a broad agreement after participating countries remained …The TPP Trade Agreement, Sovereignty, and Secrecy. Economic Dislocation …Center […]Continue Reading ...
CBC.ca Trans-Pacific Partnership talks: Key issues preventing a dealCBC.caTrade ministers from the 12 nations negotiating the Trans-Pacific Partnership, which would stretch from Japan to Chile and cover 40 per cent of the world economy, fell just short of a deal at talks on the Hawaiian island of Maui but were confident an …Negotiations stall on […]Continue Reading ...
International Business Times UK Trans-Pacific Partnership talks in Hawaii conclude without agreementInternational Business Times UKThe latest talks over the 12-nation Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) – the world’s biggest regional trade deal – have ended without reaching any agreement. The latest round of negotiations held in Hawaii could not reach a conclusion on the $200bn … and […]Continue Reading ...
Channel News Asia Malaysia to continue TPP negotiationsChannel News AsiaKUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia will continue to negotiate the Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement (TPP) based on the mandate of defending and promoting the country’s interests, International Trade and Industry Minister Mustapa Mohamed said in a statement …Government to seek views before deciding on TPP, says MustapaThe Star Online all […]Continue Reading ...
The Star Online Government to seek views before deciding on TPP, says MustapaThe Star OnlineMinister of International Trade and Industry Datuk Seri Mustapa Mohamed said the government will continue to enhance the public understanding of TPP as well as having consultations with the Parliamentary Caucus, civil society and other stakeholders.Malaysia to continue TPP negotiationsChannel News […]Continue Reading ...
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