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Australia and New Zealand

(Daily News)
October 07, 2015

The United States under the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) will fully eliminate tariffs on at least two major dairy product categories -- milk powder and nonfat dry milk -- for Australia and New Zealand over a period of between 20 to 30 years, according a fact sheet released Wednesday (Oct. 7) by the U.S. Department of Agriculture.


(Daily News)
October 07, 2015

Updated: The United States under the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) will grant duty-free access to Australia and New Zealand for major dairy product categories -- including milk powders, baby formula, ice cream and some cheese products -- over a period of between 10 to 30 years, according to fact sheets released by the three governments.


(Daily News)
October 06, 2015

The top trade officials from Australia and Chile on Monday (Oct. 5) both emphasized that the Trans-Pacific Partnership's (TPP) rules on monopoly periods for biologic drugs will not require any changes to their domestic laws and regulations -- an outcome that has drawn praise from generic pharmaceutical manufacturers but strong criticism from brand-name drug companies.


(Daily News)
October 06, 2015

On top of the sugar market access it granted Australia under the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP), the United States has also agreed to grant additional access for Canada in the amount of 19,200 metric tons.


(Daily News)
October 05, 2015

Australia has locked in an additional 65,000 metric tons of access to the U.S. sugar market under the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) but has also secured guarantees that it will get “nearly a quarter” of future growth in the market, such that it could ship in total more than 400,000 tons of sugar to the United States within two years, according to Australian Minister for Trade & Investment Andrew Robb.


(Daily News)
October 05, 2015

Australia has locked in an additional 65,000 metric tons of access to the U.S. sugar market under the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) but has also secured guarantees that it will get “nearly a quarter” of future growth in the market, such that it could ship in total more than 400,000 tons of sugar to the United States within two years, according to Australian Minister for Trade & Investment Andrew Robb.


(Daily News)
October 05, 2015

Australia has locked in an additional 65,000 metric tons of access to the U.S. sugar market under the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) but has also secured guarantees that it will get “nearly a quarter” of future growth in the market, such that it could ship in total more than 400,000 tons of sugar to the United States within two years, according to Australian Minister for Trade & Investment Andrew Robb.


(Daily News)
October 03, 2015

ATLANTA – The United States and Australia are inching toward a compromise on the exclusivity period for biologic drugs that would give Trans Pacific Partnership (TPP) countries more than one option for providing an appropriate level of intellectual property (IP) protection, according to informed sources. 


(Daily News)
October 03, 2015

Updated: ATLANTA – The United States and Australia are inching toward a compromise on the exclusivity period for biologic drugs that would give Trans Pacific Partnership (TPP) countries more than one option for providing an appropriate level of intellectual property (IP) protection, according to informed sources. 


(Daily News)
October 03, 2015

ATLANTA – Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) countries are on the verge of extending the ministerial meeting here at least into Saturday evening (Oct. 3), after the United States and Australia overnight were unable to reach a deal on the monopoly protection period for biologics drugs, according to informed sources.


(Short Takes)
October 02, 2015

Seven Democratic members of the Senate Agriculture Committee have pushed U.S. Trade Representative Michael Froman to extract sufficient market access for U.S. dairy products in Canada and Japan under the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) that would offset market share gains New Zealand may secure from the pact.


(Daily News)
October 02, 2015

ATLANTA -- U.S. Trade Representative Michael Froman and Australian Minister for Trade and Investment Andrew Robb on Friday afternoon (Oct. 2) were holding a bilateral meeting to discuss the controversial issue of the exclusivity term for biologics drugs, in what could be a pivotal moment for whether a broader Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) deal comes together here.


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