The Trans-Pacific Partnership as a set of international economic rules

May 23, 2016

The Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) Agreement was finally signed in February 2016 in Auckland, New Zealand. The negotiations involved only 12 countries, but had to go through many twists and turns because of a crisscross of confrontational relationships.

 

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Topics: GENERAL AGREEMENT ON TRADE IN SERVICES (GATS) INVESTOR-STATE DISPUTE SETTLEMENT (ISDS) REGIONAL INTEGRATION E15 INITIATIVE REGIONAL TRADE AGREEMENTS (RTAS)

Authors: TSUYOSHI KAWASE

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