Socialist Alliance (press release) Unions put Labor on notice over TPP sell out.Socialist Alliance (press release)The Electrical Trades Union (ETU) Western Australia branch has tightened the screws on the Australian Labor Party over its betrayal on the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP-11) agreement. The TPP-11 bill passed the House of Representatives with the …Continue Reading ...
Green Left Weekly Unions put Labor on notice over TPP sell outGreen Left WeeklyIt also demanded genuine consultation with unions over any changes to the TPP-11 and future trade agreements, to ensure things such as labour market testing, removal of Investor State Dispute Settlement (ISDS) provisions and measures for skills …Continue Reading ...
Bloomberg Trump Is Looking for Quick Fix in Japan Talks, Abe Ally SaysBloombergU.S. farmers will be at a disadvantage when the new 11-nation Trans-Pacific Partnership and the Japan-EU Economic Partnership Agreement take effect next year, and Trump — who pulled the U.S. out of the TPP — likely wants to make sure they aren’t left […]Continue Reading ...
The Australian Anti-TPP forces rebelling against Shorten supportThe AustralianJust days after leaked minutes from a meeting of federal Labor MPs revealed widespread internal opposition to the Opposition Leader’s support of the TPP, Victoria’s Industrial Left is trying to refer the party’s decision on the trade deal to a whole of …Continue Reading ...
International Supermarket News Trans-Pacific Trade Partnership (TPP) creates market opportunities in Packaged FoodInternational Supermarket NewsIn March 2018, 11 countries signed a trade pact formerly known as the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) – Australia, Brunei, Canada, Chile, Japan, Malaysia, Mexico, New Zealand, Peru, Singapore and Vietnam. The deal covers a market of more than 500 …Continue Reading ...
Novinite.com Large Scale Fire at TPP-Sliven, the Extinction of the Flames ContinuesNovinite.comA big fire broke out last night at the District Heating Company – Sliven, and the extinguishing continues. According to information from the last minute, a fire is burning in the “Druzhba” quarter of Sofia. It is supposed that the flames are caused by […]Continue Reading ...
The Guardian TPP-11: divisions within Labor continue over support for trade pact …The GuardianVictoria’s industrial left says it ‘will never stop fighting the trans-Pacific partnership agreement and its attacks on working people’ and more »Continue Reading ...
The Business Times In pressing China on trade, Trump should embrace TPP, not tariffsThe Business TimesTHE third round of the Trump administration’s ongoing trade spat with China – 10 per cent tariffs on US$200 billion of Chinese imports – takes effect this week, with the tax set to rise to 25 per cent from the […]Continue Reading ...
Hoosier Ag Today TPP Being Reconsidered by Trump Administration – Hoosier Ag TodayHoosier Ag TodayOne of the first things President Trump did upon taking office was walk away from the Trans Pacific Partnership trade deal. Now that approach may be …Trade negotiations between Japan and the US resume despite …Foreign Brief all 3 news articles »Continue Reading ...
President’s Commentary: Liberal government tries to force bad TPP deal through Parliament at breakneck speedNational Union of Public and General EmployeesThis is a bad deal for Canadians. Even the government, trying to prove this was a good deal, released a study that proves the opposite. The so-called benefits of the TPP are so minor that […]Continue Reading ...
Socialist Alliance (press release) Unionists break from Labor over TPP sell-outSocialist Alliance (press release)The announcement by the Australian Labor Party’s parliamentary caucus that it will vote up the Trans Pacific Partnership (TPP-11) has created a backlash, with the secretary of Hunter Workers (formerly the Newcastle Trades Hall Council) Daniel Wallace …Continue Reading ...
Manufacturers’ Monthly TPP-11 passes through House of RepresentativesManufacturers’ MonthlyThe House of Representatives on Wednesday passed the final piece of implementing legislation required to ratify the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP-11) – which is based on an agreement among the remaining 11 members of the TPP following the United …Continue Reading ...
Green Left Weekly Unionists break from Labor over TPP sell-outGreen Left WeeklyThe announcement by the Australian Labor Party’s parliamentary caucus that it will vote up the Trans Pacific Partnership (TPP-11) has created a backlash, with the secretary of Hunter Workers (formerly the Newcastle Trades Hall Council) Daniel Wallace …Does anyone understand Labor’s trade policy?Crikey all 3 […]Continue Reading ...
Crikey Does anyone understand Labor’s trade policy?CrikeyLabor is backing the revised TPP despite its provisions for ISDS and waiving labour market testing and despite Labor’s own policy of never signing up to a deal with ISDS ever again. The Augustinian logic presented by Jason Clare and the party …Continue Reading ...
Agri-Pulse Perdue: TPP could be the key to confronting ChinaAgri-PulseLet’s go back into TPP Plus and put this group of 12 together as a front against China if China won’t come to the table … I think, frankly, those 11 other countries will welcome that. I don’t know that the president is totally adverse to […]Continue Reading ...
The Australian Financial Review Bill Shorten on the defensive after leak exposes Labor tensions over TPPThe Australian Financial ReviewLabor resolved at last week’s party room meeting it would support the TPP’s enabling legislation but seek changes when in government, despite pressure from the left faction and unions. While it was known 23 MPs and senators […]Continue Reading ...
Labor’s TPP debate not disunity: Shorten SBS News Labor’s internal disagreement over the Trans-Pacific Partnership is healthy debate, not disunity, Bill Shorten says.Continue Reading ...
The Australian PoliticsNow: Tanya Plibersek claims Labor TPP concerns no secretThe Australian“I don’t think it is any secret that Labor has serious concerns about this TPP deal, we have been on the record publicly saying that we don’t support investor state dispute settlement mechanisms that allow private companies to sue governments that are …Labor launches […]Continue Reading ...
Senate TPP-11 Report identifies flaws but endorses TPP-11Scoop.co.nzSeptember 18, 2018. Community groups disappointed that Senate TPP-11 Report identifies serious flaws but endorses TPP-11. “We are deeply disappointed that the Labor majority report of the Senate Standing Committee on the TPP-11 has strongly …Continue Reading ...
Nikkei Asian Review UK keen for TPP entry and Japan trade deal after BrexitNikkei Asian ReviewTOKYO — The U.K. hopes to secure free-trade relationships with Japan and other Asian countries after it leaves the European Union, Foreign Secretary Jeremy Hunt told Nikkei on Tuesday, expressing a desire for both bilateral and multilateral deals.Continue Reading ...
Herald Sun Labor leak reveals Bill Shorten defied on TPP support | Herald SunHerald SunANGST over would-be prime minister Bill Shortens support for a controversial trade deal has prompted an act of open defiance of the Opposition Leader.Overhaul TPP trade deal: Senate inquiry9news.com.auLabor under internal pressure on TPP dealNEWS.com.auLabor rebels fail in bid to overturn […]Continue Reading ...
Herald Sun Overhaul TPP trade deal: Senate inquiry9news.com.auA Senate inquiry has urged the government overhaul a massive trade deal, restoring labour market testing and stripping out provisions allowing foreign investors to sue Australia. A Labor-dominated committee’s report into the Trans-Pacific Partnership …Leak reveals Bill Shorten defied on TPP supportHerald SunLabor rebels fail in bid to […]Continue Reading ...
The Australian Financial Review Labor rebels fail in bid to overturn support for Trans-Pacific PartnershipThe Australian Financial ReviewOpposition Leader Bill Shorten continues to face internal dissent over the Trans-Pacific Partnership after Labor MPs tried to overturn the decision to support the free trade pact at Tuesday’s caucus meeting. Backbenchers renewed their criticism of the …Leak […]Continue Reading ...
Labor under internal pressure on TPP deal SBS News A massive trade deal has passed parliament’s lower house but Labor is under increasing internal pressure to abandon support for it in the Senate.Continue Reading ...
Overhaul TPP trade deal: Senate inquiry SBS News Labour market testing should never be allowed to be waived from trade deals, a Labor-dominated Senate committee has recommended.Continue Reading ...
Herald Sun Labor under internal pressure on TPP dealNEWS.com.auLabor MPs moved motions in caucus trying to abandon support for the TPP, but both were defeated on Tuesday morning. Unions are worried about the effect of the 11-country deal on labour market testing, and the ability for foreign companies to sue the …Leak reveals Bill Shorten defied […]Continue Reading ...
Labor under internal pressure on TPP deal9news.com.auLabor MPs moved motions in caucus trying to abandon support for the TPP, but both were defeated on Tuesday morning. Unions are worried about the effect of the 11-country deal on labour market testing, and the ability for foreign companies to sue the … and more »Continue Reading ...
Ottawa Citizen Rethinking our global ambitions, starting with the ‘call to action’ that is the TPPOttawa CitizenCanada has had an odd history with the TPP, first devised by Brunei, Chile, Singapore and New Zealand in 2005, and then essentially taken over by the United States as part of former president Barack Obama’s “pivot to Asia.” […]Continue Reading ...
Financial Post Rethinking our global ambitions, starting with the ‘call to action’ that is the TPPFinancial Post“We are naturally global, but we haven’t always been actively global,” the new trade minister said as he introduced legislation to ratify the 11-country Trans-Pacific Partnership. The TPP, he added, “is a call to action.” The Trudeau government often […]Continue Reading ...
CBC.ca With NAFTA in a deadlock, Parliament returns ready to talk Asia-Pacific tradeCBC.ca“Our big battle is going to be on the TPP front. We definitely think there are a lot of issues. There are a lot of concerns about it,” said Matthew Dubé, the party’s caucus chair. “We know that this has an impact on […]Continue Reading ...
Illawarra Mercury TPP deal passes first hurdle in parliamentIllawarra MercuryFormer trade minister Steve Ciobo says the TPP will boost Australia’s income by $15.6b by 2030. Australia is a step closer to ratifying a massive trade pact after legislation to cement the Trans-Pacific Partnership passed the first hurdle of federal … and more »Continue Reading ...
TPP deal passes first hurdle in parliament | St George & Sutherland …St George and Sutherland Shire LeaderAustralia is a step closer to ratifying a massive trade pact after legislation to cement the Trans-Pacific Partnership passed the first hurdle of federal parliament. and more »Continue Reading ...
TPP deal passes first hurdle in parliament | Wellington TimesWellington TimesAustralia is a step closer to ratifying a massive trade pact after legislation to cement the Trans-Pacific Partnership passed the first hurdle of federal parliament. and more »Continue Reading ...
The Mercury TPP deal passes first hurdle in parliament | The MercuryThe MercuryAustralia is a step closer to ratifying a massive trade pact after legislation to cement the Trans-Pacific Partnership passed the first hurdle of federal parliament.Continue Reading ...
NEWS.com.au TPP deal passes first hurdle in parliament – News.com.auNEWS.com.auAustralia is a step closer to ratifying a massive trade pact after legislation to cement the Trans-Pacific Partnership passed the first hurdle of federal parliament.TPP deal passes first hurdle in parliamentIllawarra Mercury all 49 news articles »Continue Reading ...
SBS TPP deal passes first hurdle in parliamentSBSThe TPP-11 trade pact is between Australia, Japan, Malaysia, Vietnam, Singapore, Brunei, New Zealand, Canada, Mexico, Peru and Chile, with the US pulling out of the deal when Donald Trump became president. Mexico, Singapore and Japan have ratified … and more »Continue Reading ...
The Australian Labor reluctant in backing trans-Pacific trade deal: Bill ShortenThe AustralianHe also put pressure on the government to clarify whether the TPP would pave the way for sub par electricians in Australia. Mr Shorten said he would renegotiate the terms of the deal with each individual nation rather than require a rewriting of the […]Continue Reading ...
SBS TPP deal to pass first hurdle next weekSBSThe Trans-Pacific Partnership trade deal is set to pass the first hurdle of parliament next week, as Labor is criticised for supporting the agreement. Updated Updated 5 hours ago. Share. Share on Facebook; Share on Twitter. Draft laws to cement a … and more »Continue Reading ...
The North West Star TPP deal to pass first hurdle next weekThe North West StarDraft laws to cement a massive Pacific trade deal look set to pass parliament with Labor’s support. Debate over the Trans-Pacific Partnership legislation will continue in the next sitting week of federal parliament. Opposition trade spokesman Jason …Pathetic Labor turns TPP […]Continue Reading ...
Labor criticised for supporting TPP deal | SBS NewsSBSLabor says the Trans-Pacific Partnership trade pact will boost Australia’s national income by $15.6 billion by 2030, but a union wants the party to dump it. and more »Continue Reading ...
Economic diplomacy: Japan, Indonesia and the TPPThe InterpreterOld Labor. It comes as no surprise that the Labor in opposition had a ritual party room debate about the revamped Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) and then agreed to back ratification of the awkwardly renamed Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for …Continue Reading ...
The Sydney Morning Herald All sectors better off under TPP: Labor – 9News9news.com.auA major union wants Labor to dump its support for the Trans-Pacific Partnership trade deal.Union wants Labor to dump TPP supportSBSLabor criticised for supporting TPP dealYahoo NewsUnions accuse Labor of selling them out over TPPThe Sydney Morning HeraldMacroBusiness (blog) –Brinkwire (press release)all 10 news […]Continue Reading ...
The Sydney Morning Herald Unions accuse Labor of selling them out over TPPThe Sydney Morning HeraldAustralian Manufacturing Workers Union national secretary Paul Bastian said the TPP would be a “disaster for Australian workers”. “It beggars belief that the Labor caucus would sign off on ratifying the TPP given it’s against the party’s own policy …Union […]Continue Reading ...
WAtoday Unions accuse Labor of selling them out over TPP – WAtodayWAtodayUnions are angry and feel betrayed by the ALP’s support for the Trans-Pacific Partnership trade agreement, accusing their affiliated party of selling them out.Continue Reading ...
All sectors better off under TPP: LaborSBSGreens senator Sarah Hanson-Young says backing the TPP is the exact opposite to what is required by the Labor Party on their own platform. “It’s a bad deal for consumers, it’s a bad, bad deal for workers and all it does is lines the pockets of big … and […]Continue Reading ...
The Sydney Morning Herald Union wants Labor to dump TPP support | SBS NewsSBSA major union wants Labor to dump its support for the Trans-Pacific Partnership trade deal.Unions accuse Labor of selling them out over TPPThe Sydney Morning HeraldUnion wants Labor to dump TPP supportYahoo News all 9 news articles »Continue Reading ...
Automation.com (press release) TRACO POWER releases TPP 15A-D and TPP 30A-D series of PCB-mount power suppliesAutomation.com (press release)September 12, 2018 – TRACO POWER announced the release of their TPP 15A-D and TPP 30A-D series of medical & industrial approved 15 and 30 watt PCB-mount, open-frame power supplies measuring 1.50 x 1.00 x 0.80” (15W) or […]Continue Reading ...
The Australian Labor faces union revolt over Trans-Pacific PartnershipThe AustralianThe Australian Manufacturing Workers Union and the Electrical Trades Union yesterday declared “it beggars belief” that Labor would sign off on an agreement that was a “disaster” for workers. Labor MPs agreed on Monday to back the TPP-11 without a …Continue Reading ...
The Australian Disaster for Australian workers: Unions blast Labor TPP supportThe AustralianThe Australian Manufacturing Workers Union and the Electrical Trades Union criticised the decision, declaring it beggars belief Labor would sign off on an agreement that was a “disaster” for workers. Labor MPs agreed on Monday to back the TPP-11 …Continue Reading ...
Mirage News AMWU STATEMENT ON LABOR’S POSITION ON THE TPP-11Mirage News“It beggars belief that the Labor caucus would sign off on ratifying the TTP given it’s against the party’s own policy,” said AMWU National Secretary Paul Bastian. “The TPP-11 is a disaster for Australian workers. “The labour mobility provisions would …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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