Washington Post A year later, Trump’s rejection of the TPP is still a disasterWashington PostAs President Trump prepares to appraise the state of the union, it’s worth remembering what still ranks as one of the worst decisions of his presidency: the withdrawal of the United States from the Trans-Pacific Partnership, or TPP. It happened just […]Continue Reading ...
TPP can do without US Nikkei Asian Review True to his style of leaving everyone guessing, U.S. President Donald Trump’s recent suggestion that the U.S. might want to rejoin the Trans-Pacific P.Continue Reading ...
Why the TPP was revived without Donald Trump ABC News About the best that can be said of Trans-Pacific Partnership Lite, is that, at first glance, it won’t be as harmful as the original, writes Ian Verrender.Continue Reading ...
CNBC Can the US rejoin TPP? Yes — with permissionCNBC“Our allies and partners would welcome re-engagement by the U.S. in working on the issues addressed by TPP, many of which the president has focused on in dealing with China,” said Michael Froman, the U.S. trade representative for President Barack Obama …Among the Globalists in Davos, […]Continue Reading ...
I’m ‘most impressed’ with Trump’s openness to massive Pacific trade deal, bank chairman says CNBC President Trump’s willingness to reconsider the massive Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) trade deal is an encouraging development for Rabobank.Continue Reading ...
Read President Trump’s full remarks on trade deals to CNBC CNBC In the interview, Trump says he could rethink the massive Trans-Pacific Partnership trade agreement.Continue Reading ...
Trump says he would re-enter TPP trade deal if it’s made ‘substantially better’ | TheHill The Hill President Trump said Thursday he would consider re-entering the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) trade agreement if the terms were more favorable to the U.S..Continue Reading ...
Trump: I would reconsider a massive Pacific trade deal if it were ‘substantially better’ CNBC President Donald Trump told CNBC on Thursday that he would reconsider the massive Trans-Pacific Partnership trade deal if the United States could strike a …Continue Reading ...
CNBC Australia is hopeful that the US will join TPP, finance minister saysCNBCSpeaking Tuesday on a WEF panel, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau praised the newly-revised version of the TPP agreement — known as the Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership (CPTPP) — and reiterated his …Eleven Pacific Countries Move Forward With A Rump […]Continue Reading ...
TPP trade agreement passes with 11 member states ZDNet The Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP 11) trade agreement has passed with its 11 remaining member nations …Continue Reading ...
Eleven Pacific Countries Move Forward With A Rump TPP Forbes A year and a day after Donald Trump pulled the United States out of the Trans-Pacific Partnership, America’s erstwhile partners have moved forward with a …Continue Reading ...
TPP Is a Big Deal, With or Without the U.S. Bloomberg The Trans-Pacific Partnership, though spurned by the biggest of its 12 intended members, never went away. Prospects for the trade pact looked bleak when …Continue Reading ...
A Glimpse of a Canadian-Led International Order The Atlantic President Donald Trump did not kill the Trans-Pacific Partnership. Although he withdrew the U.S. from the trade deal in the first week of his presidency, on …Continue Reading ...
TPP resurrected: Here’s what’s in the latest Trans-Pacific Partnership trade deal and what it means for you ABC News The troubled TPP looks to have returned from the dead. You’d be excused for not recalling what the trade deal is all about.Continue Reading ...
Radio New Zealand Govt needs National support to get TPP over lineRadio New ZealandThe government will have to rely on support from the opposition National Party to get the revised Trans-Pacific Partnership over the line, with the Greens once again ruling out legislative support. No caption. Photo: AFP. That’s despite New Zealand … and more »Continue Reading ...
Globalnews.ca Amid NAFTA uncertainty, TPP is next best thing for CanadaThe Globe and MailThere is the continuing renegotiation of the North American free-trade agreement, early talks on possible deals with China and India, plus a massive deal with 10 Pacific Rim countries, recently rebranded as the Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement …Here’s how the TPP deal […]Continue Reading ...
The Australian Bill Shorten under pressure to ratify trans-Pacific partnershipThe AustralianTrade Minister Steven Ciobo says it will boost Australia’s exports, drive economic growth and create jobs, but Labor employment services spokesman Ed Husic said it was a “fundamentally different” and weaker arrangement without the United States … and more »Continue Reading ...
Capital Press New TPP deal puts US wheat farmers at tariff disadvantageCapital PressCanada supplied 34 percent and Australia 17 percent that year. After full implementation of the new TPP, Japan’s import tariffs on Canadian and Australian wheat would drop by about $65 per ton while the tariff on U.S. wheat would remain. “That would … […]Continue Reading ...
Newshub Labour insists decision to sign TPP is ‘Not a u-turn’NewshubThe Government says its support for the new version of the TPP is not a complete change in direction. As she arrived in Rātana for the ceremony marking the start to the political year, Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern faced questions about the trade deal …LIVE: […]Continue Reading ...
The Australian TPP trade deal a poke in the eye for ShortenThe AustralianA free trade deal via the TPP, with Canada coming on board, is an economic poke in the eye to Bill Shorten who didn’t think the TPP would ever happen when Donald Trump pulled out of negotiations. In short he’s been proven wrong. […]Continue Reading ...
Canada forges trade deal with former TPP countriesThe Mercury NewsDAVOS, Switzerland – Hours after the Trump administration announced its first major tariffs on imported washing machines and solar panels, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau told a global audience that his country had just reached a historic trade …Continue Reading ...
The Globe and Mail Evening Update newsletter: TPP, Oscar nominations 2018, DavosThe Globe and MailThe revised trade agreement, without the United States, follows two days of high-level talks in Tokyo between Canada and the 10 other remaining Trans-Pacific Partnership economies. The partners will now work toward signing the agreement by early March …Trudeau shares news […]Continue Reading ...
Farm Futures Wheat growers react to TPP agreementFarm FuturesThe 11 countries remaining in the Trans Pacific Partnership have reached an agreement, which the U.S. Wheat Associates (USW) and the National Association of Wheat Growers (NAWG) fear puts overseas demand for U.S. wheat at serious risk. “On January 23 …Continue Reading ...
Radio New Zealand New TPP deal: why now and who wins?Radio New ZealandThe gains for New Zealand seem to be largely from improved market access for wine, beef and kiwifruit – particularly into the Japanese market. The government’s ban on foreign ownership of residential property has been accommodated, but hopes of …LIVE: PM Jacinda Ardern […]Continue Reading ...
The Guardian Trans-Pacific Partnership revived after 11 nations agree to trade deal – without USThe GuardianThe Trans-Pacific Partnership trade pact, which had been on life support since Donald Trump’s withdrawal of the US a year ago, has finally been resuscitated. The 11 remaining countries are expected to sign an amended agreement on 8 March in […]Continue Reading ...
Axios Asia has moved on after US withdrawal from TPPAxiosTrade ministers and delegates from the remaining members of the Trans Pacific Partnership (TPP) attend the TPP Ministerial Meeting in the central Vietnamese city of Danang on November 9, 2017. Photo: NA SON NGUYEN / AFP / Getty Images. One year after …Continue Reading ...
National welcomes news of TPP agreementScoop.co.nz (press release)National Party Trade spokesperson Todd McClay has welcomed news that an agreement on the TPP has been reached – and called on the Coalition Government to release the details of the agreement to the public as soon as possible. “Signing the TPP will have … and more »Continue Reading ...
CNBC Canada agrees to sign revised TPP and hopes to persuade Trump on NAFTACNBCCanada agrees to sign revised TPP and hopes to persuade Trump on NAFTA. During his appearance at Davos, Trudeau spent considerable time discussing the merits of international trade and condemning what he called “anti-trade tendency in globalization … and more »Continue Reading ...
Globalnews.ca Here’s how the TPP deal could affect NAFTA negotiationsGlobalnews.caThe new Trans-Pacific Partnership agreement brings Canada into a new, sprawling trading bloc with standards not always obviously compatible with the goals of its superpower next-door neighbour. It allows more content into automobiles from non-free …How the TPP deal injects a new dynamic at NAFTA talksCTV […]Continue Reading ...
The Advertiser Trans Pacific Partnership gets new lease on lifeThe AdvertiserMalcolm Turnbull and Justin Trudeau lock in the new TPP deal. The US does not. Mr Turnbull’s view is that the logic of the TPP is so compelling that once it is up and running, other countries will be eager to join. The Prime Minister, […]Continue Reading ...
CTV News How the TPP deal injects a new dynamic at NAFTA talksCTV NewsMONTREAL — Canada’s decision to sign onto a major multinational trade agreement without the United States added a dramatic new wrinkle to the NAFTA process Tuesday just as negotiators gathered for a crucial bargaining round. The new Trans-Pacific …Amid NAFTA uncertainty, TPP […]Continue Reading ...
NCBA: TPP “Missed Opportunity” ; Asks Senate to Confirm Gregg DoudDrovers MagazineU.S. cattlemen fear the U.S. backing out of the Trans Pacific Partnership was a “missed opportunity” to gain access to foreign markets. ( Photo: Drovers ). Kent Bacus, the National Cattlemen’s Beef Association’s Director of International Trade and …Continue Reading ...
CBC.ca Trudeau shares news of TPP dealCBC.caPM Justin Trudeau announces the Trans Pacific partnership deal that was reached while speaking at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland. 1:26. CBC’s Journalistic Standards and Practices. Report Typo or Error|Send Feedback. Popular now in news …Trudeau announces trade agreement without USCBS News all 934 news articles »Continue Reading ...
The Globe and Mail Politics Briefing: TPP deal is imminent – The Globe and MailThe Globe and MailPrime Minister Justin Trudeau has a busy day ahead of him at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland. He’s meeting with business executives, including the heads of Alibaba and BlackRock, and giving a keynote speech. Meanwhile, in […]Continue Reading ...
Globalnews.ca Canada, remaining Trans-Pacific Partnership members reach revised trade agreement without USGlobalnews.caMany believed the original TPP took a fatal blow when Donald Trump withdrew from the deal in one of his first acts as U.S. president. The TPP agreement was reached as Canada faces a tough renegotiation of the North American Free Trade Agreement. NAFTA […]Continue Reading ...
Wall Street Journal TPP Members Reach Agreement on Major Trade PactWall Street JournalTOKYO—Negotiators from 11 Pacific Rim nations agreed Tuesday on a Trans-Pacific Partnership trade deal, the Japanese minister in charge of TPP said, a year after President Donald Trump withdrew the U.S. from the talks. The 11 nations were close to a …Continue Reading ...
New TPP deal puts U.S. wheat farmers at tariff disadvantage Capital Press U.S. wheat organizations say overseas demand for their crop is at risk now that the remaining 11 members of the Trans-Pacific Partnership have concluded talks …Continue Reading ...
Remaining countries reach agreement on TPP Farm Futures by Josh Wingrove, Emi Nobuhiro and Yuko Takeo. The 11 members of a Pacific trade pact abandoned by U.S. President Donald Trump have reached a deal on …Continue Reading ...
Toronto Star Canada ‘hopeful’ a new Trans-Pacific trade deal is within reach TuesdayToronto StarOTTAWA—The federal government is “hopeful” it will reach an agreement Tuesday on a revamped Trans-Pacific Partnership, The Canadian Press has learned. A government official, who spoke on condition of anonymity because of the ongoing talks, said Ottawa …Canada optimistic a Trans-Pacific trade […]Continue Reading ...
The Globe and Mail Federal government optimistic a Trans-Pacific trade deal within reach TuesdayThe Globe and MailTrudeau made international headlines at the Asia-Pacific Economic Co-operation summit in Danang deciding not to sign an agreement-in-principle on what has become known as TPP11. Partner countries had been expecting him to come to an agreement. He also … […]Continue Reading ...
ZDNet TPP 11 trade pact talks commence in JapanZDNetJapan’s senior TPP official Kazuhisa Shibuya told media “there are still gaps” after the first day of meetings between what Canada wants and what the other members are arguing for, according to Kyodo news agency. Like Canada, Vietnam is also resisting …Barlow Says TPP Important For Canada […]Continue Reading ...
U.S. News & World Report Trade Officials Pursue TPP in Tokyo as Canada WaversU.S. News & World ReportCanada’s Minister of international trade Francois-Philippe Champagne speaks during an interview with Reuters in Danang, Vietnam November 8, 2017. REUTERS/Jorge Silva Reuters. TOKYO (Reuters) – Trade officials gathered in Japan on Monday for two days of … and […]Continue Reading ...
620 CKRM.com Sask. beef producers look for Ottawa’s support via TPP | 620 CKRM620 CKRM.comBeef producers across Saskatchewan are asking Ottawa to sign the TPP, the Trans-Pacific Partnership agreement…. and more »Continue Reading ...
Nikkei Asian Review TPP 11 signatories gather in Tokyo to hammer out remaining issues …Nikkei Asian ReviewTOKYO — The lead negotiators from the remaining 11 countries of the Trans-Pacific Partnership trade agreement have gathered in Tokyo to finalize issu.Chief TPP negotiators start final lap of talks – News – NHK WORLD …NHK WORLDWill Canada Screw […]Continue Reading ...
Nikkei Asian Review Chief TPP negotiators start final lap of talks – News – NHK WORLD …NHK WORLDChief negotiators from the 11 member countries of the Trans Pacific Partnership free trade pact are meeting in Tokyo. Japan’s economic revitalization minister has urged them to settle outstanding issues so the pact will quickly become effective.TPP 11 […]Continue Reading ...
CNBC In Tokyo meeting, officials seek to forge ahead with TPP — even as …CNBCTrade officials from 11 countries are negotiating a trade pact that the U.S. abandoned last year, but they face resistance from Canada. and more »Continue Reading ...
Tokyo to host 2-day TPP talks from MondayJapan TodayJapanese economy minister Toshimitsu Motegi said that Tokyo will host a two-day conference of top negotiators of the remaining 11 signatories to the Trans-Pacific Partnership free trade deal from Monday. With the aim of signing a new TPP pact in March …Continue Reading ...
Salt Lake Tribune Commentary: Trump could use the deal-making acumen he brags about to move US forward in overseas trade …Salt Lake TribuneHe could surprise his audience by stating that the U.S. will re-enter negotiations leading to the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP). During his first week in office, Trump rejected outright the finalized TPP accord, handing […]Continue Reading ...
Western Producer Ag exporters worry about Ottawa’s TPP reluctanceWestern ProducerExporters of agricultural commodities and food are worried, very worried, that Canada will not be part of the new Trans Pacific Partnership trade deal. In a statement released today, the Canadian Agri-Food Trade Alliance (CAFTA) said if Canada isn’t …Continue Reading ...
National Post Canada to attend first Trans-Pacific Partnership meeting since Trudeau’s APEC no-showNational PostOTTAWA — Canada will attend a key meeting on the Comprehensive and Progressive Trans-Pacific Partnership in Tokyo next week, two months after a high-profile no-show that infuriated its negotiating partners, the Canadian and Japanese governments have …Continue Reading ...
Every year, over a thousand 18-35-year-old Canadians travel to New Zealand on a working holiday visa. The Canadian Australian Chamber of Commerce Job Bank provides an opportunity to connect Australian and New Zealand employers with Canadian working holidaymakers as they embark upon journeys-of-a-lifetime. Many Canadians would go to New Zealand after their working holiday in Australia. These travellers […]
RE: Special Measures for Foreign Nationals Affected by the U.S. Executive Order: “Protecting the Nation from Foreign Terrorist Entry into the United States” http://www.cic.gc.ca/english/department/media/notices/2017-01-31.asp The Minister of Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship has used his authority to issue a public policy, effective immediately, to help people who may be stranded as a result of the U.S. […]
RE: Special Authorization for dual Canadian citizens extended http://www.cic.gc.ca/english/department/media/notices/2017-01-27.asp Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada is extending the period of time that eligible dual Canadian citizens can apply for a special authorization. This extension follows consultations with our partners, including airlines. On November 10, 2016, the Government of Canada implemented a system to electronically verify that […]
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