Trade After the Trans-Pacific Partnership

April 3, 2017

In mid-March, ministers and high-level representatives from nations that have signed on to the Trans-Pacific Partnership, as well as China, Colombia and South Korea, met for the first time since the Trump administration withdrew from the trade accord. The signal from ViƱa del Mar, Chile, where the meeting took place, was clear: Multilateral trade and Pacific integration are alive and kicking.

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Topics: MEGA-REGIONAL AGREEMENT REGIONAL INTEGRATION GLOBALIZATION

Agreements: TRANS-PACIFIC PARTNERSHIP (TPP) PACIFIC ALLIANCE (PA)

Regions: UNITED STATES ASIA-PACIFIC

Authors: THE NEW YORK TIMES

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