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Australia and New Zealand

(Daily News)
February 06, 2017

The trade minister for New Zealand -- the Trans-Pacific Partnership depository -- is traveling to several TPP countries to discuss the U.S. withdrawal from the deal and other regional trade issues, Todd McClay said last week.


(In Trade)
January 24, 2017

Turnbull: “There is also the opportunity for the TPP to proceed without the United States.”


(In Trade)
January 17, 2017

Withdrawal “would create a potentially destabilizing void that might even lead to conflict, an outcome which would hurt everyone in the region.”


(In Trade)
January 13, 2017

Steven Ciobo reiterates his country's position that the U.S. needs more time to assess the deal.


(In Trade)
January 12, 2017

Trade deals are on the agenda.


(Daily News)
December 13, 2016

Ambassadors from South Korea, Australia and Singapore on Dec. 13 expressed hope that President-elect Trump will take a second look at the now stalled Trans-Pacific Partnership and realize its benefits to the U.S., while also admitting that their messaging in support of trade agreements needs to shift moving forward.


(In Trade)
December 07, 2016

“Other countries are going to find it politically impossible to sell it domestically that they are making more sacrifices than President Trump.”


(File Document)
November 30, 2016

(In Trade)
November 30, 2016

“While the Committee finds TPP to be in Australia’s national interest, there is much work to do to ensure the public is also convinced.” 


(In Trade)
November 22, 2016

“Certainly the United States is a key anchor. We are very keen, though, recognizing that many benefits would flow from this deal, to push ahead.”


(In Trade)
November 22, 2016

The prime minister says U.S. “isn't an island” and “can't just sit there and say it's not going to trade with the rest of the world.”


(In Trade)
November 18, 2016

Some countries – including Japan – have spoken of continuing TPP talks without the U.S., Reuters reports.


(In Trade)
November 17, 2016

The trade minister calls TPP “part of a broad tapestry of different agreements under negotiation.”


(Daily News)
November 16, 2016

Senate Finance Committee Chairman Orrin Hatch (R-UT) this week suggested that limiting the Trans-Pacific Partnership to a bilateral U.S.-Japan free trade agreement could be a way to get President-elect Donald Trump on board.


(Daily News)
November 16, 2016

Senate Finance Committee Chairman Orrin Hatch (R-UT) this week suggested that limiting the Trans-Pacific Partnership to a bilateral U.S.-Japan free trade agreement could be a way to get President-elect Donald Trump on board.


(In Trade)
November 11, 2016

“It is important that we give the new president a chance put his team in place and consider his trade agenda. We will be able to work with America on trade.”


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