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Around the Web Special – TPP

Updated  With TPP front and centre on New Zealand’s agenda this next fortnight as Auckland plays host to the 15th round of negotiations, newzealandinc.com is running some special around the webs to gauge what’s being said about TPP around the globe. The New Zealand Herald  TPP anything but plain sailing  Fran O’Sullivan …

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TPP Market Snapshot

GDP: US$20,734 billion (2011) GDP per capita: US$31,491 (2011) Population: 658.4 million (2011)    

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Around the Web Special – TPP

Updated  With TPP front and centre on New Zealand’s agenda this next fortnight as Auckland plays host to the 15th round of negotiations, newzealandinc.com is running some special around the webs to gauge what’s being said about TPP around the globe. Updated: TV3 News (New Zealand)   Key says ignore Trans-Pacific Partnership …

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Canadian trade expert says US trying to turn TPP talks into NAFTA 2.0

As Canada prepares to engage as a full participant in the Trans-Pacific Trade (TPP) negotiations for the first time, a comprehensive report by Canadian trade specialist Peter Clark suggests that the advance hype about the TPP being a high quality comprehensive deal is “hogwash”.  Clark, President of Grey, Clark, Shih …

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NZ and Aust farm lobbies want TPP done by end of FY2013 with provisos

The peak agricultural bodies of New Zealand and Australia have united in calling for a truly comprehensive and generally liberalising Trans Pacific Partnership (TPP) agreement from day one of implementation. Federated Farmers of New Zealand and the National Farmers’ Federation of Australia are both participating in the TPP negotiations, currently …

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500 trade negotiators are in Auckland for the 15th round of TPP talks

Negotiators from 11 countries gather in Auckland today at Sky City Convention Centre for the 15th round of the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) talks. Outside the door are activists of all persuasion – human rights campaigners, anti-free traders, and consumer protection campaigners – who don’t like what is happening what happening …

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