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Australia and New Zealand

(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.”


(In Trade)
November 09, 2016

The prime minister still hopes for a revised deal with the Trump administration.


(In Trade)
November 04, 2016

In the Diet, a lower house panel acted “without the participation of the Democratic Party's lawmakers who walked out ahead of the vote.”


(In Trade)
October 27, 2016

The foreign affairs, defense and trade select committee reported the bill back to parliament “against the wishes of Labour and the Greens.”


(Daily News)
October 26, 2016

The Australian Chamber of Commerce and Industry, in its submission to an Australian Senate committee tasked with reviewing the Trans-Pacific Partnership, expressed concern that the United States would demand that Australia take on additional commitments on biologic drugs before the agreement can enter into force for the country – citing precedent in the certification process of the two countries' bilateral free trade agreement.


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