Australia is one of the many battlegrounds for the Trans-Pacific Partnership. An open letter signed by a large contingent of organizations called on the Australian government to conduct an independent cost-benefit analysis of the TPP (Trans-Pacific Partnership). In response, trade minister Andrew Robb rejected the call and blasted those that would question the TPP as being anti-trade.
Yesterday, we helped break the story of the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) being signed. The question now is, who will pull the trigger first to ratification? It seems that, much to the anger of their citizens, the Malaysian government is attempting to be the first.
An Angus Reid poll suggests that supporters for the TPP in Canada has been eroding for the last several months, dipping to its lowes level since August of 2015. Persistently, almost half of Canadians don’t have an opinion on the agreement.
The Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) has been signed by all countries involved in the agreement. The agreement was marked by protests from citizens all around the world. Now, all that remains is ratification.
The TPP (Trans-Pacific Partnership) is expected to be signed off tomorrow. It seems that the global anti-TPP movement is only set to step things up on the day of the signing. The EFF is joining a “TPP is Betrayal” rally organized by “Flush the TPP”.
The TPP (Trans-Pacific Partnership) signing is expected to take place tomorrow where all 12 countries are expected to sign off on the agreement. For its part, Canada has apparently taken a “sign first, ask questions later” approach to the agreement.