McClay ready to make his TPP sales pitch

January 13, 2016

Trade Minister Todd McClay is not an openly combative politician. He yesterday told the Herald he plans to take a painstaking approach to selling the case for the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) to New Zealand audiences and is "not looking to rush it". But McClay will need more than a genial personality to create a strong domestic constituency for the TPP in the months ahead where the benefits of this controversial regional trade agreement will be strongly and vociferously debated from all sides of the spectrum.

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Topics: MEGA-REGIONAL AGREEMENT MARKET ACCESS

Regions: NEW ZEALAND ASIA-PACIFIC

Authors: NEW ZEALAND HERALD

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