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Trans-Pacific Partnership

(In Trade)
June 16, 2021

No witnesses have been announced for the June 22 hearing.


(In Trade)
June 14, 2021

“We intend to use our positions atop the Senate’s trade panel, as a Delaware Democrat and a Texas Republican, to speak with one voice on the need to reengage in this region -- and once again get back our seat at the table.”


(In Trade)
June 03, 2021

Trade Secretary Truss pledges to present plans to Parliament “in the coming weeks.”


(Daily News)
May 06, 2021

The U.S. should re-examine the Trump administration’s “misguided” and “short-sighted” decision in 2017 to withdraw from the Trans-Pacific Partnership, the leaders of the Senate Finance trade subcommittee told U.S. Trade Representative Katherine Tai this week.


(Daily News)
March 30, 2021

Congress and the administration should start working now to renew Trade Promotion Authority so the U.S. is able to pursue future trade goals, such as concluding negotiations with the United Kingdom, opening new markets in Africa and potentially even rejoining the Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement on Trans-Pacific Partnership, Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack said on Tuesday.


(In Trade)
March 30, 2021

Business World said the country has begun “informal talks” with members.


(In Trade)
March 10, 2021

Cato’s Manak and Lincicome argue the statute should go away -- or, failing that, be severely restricted.


(In Trade)
February 01, 2021

British Trade Secretary Liz Truss said the move would be good for both the UK and member countries.


(Daily News)
January 28, 2021

President Biden should consider striking “sectoral” deals on key issues as his administration works to develop a comprehensive trade agenda, analysts said this week.


(Daily News)
January 27, 2021

The Biden administration’s efforts to engage allies in dealing with China will spur a shift in focus from the purview of the Office of the U.S. Trade Representative to the State Department and the National Security Council, a longtime China analyst said this week.


(In Trade)
January 21, 2021

Trade Minister Truss says the country will apply to join “shortly.”


(In Trade)
January 12, 2021

The government said it would “revise regulations to meet the requirements on sanitary, fisheries subsidies, digital trade and state-owned enterprises.”


(In Trade)
December 10, 2020

Korean President Moon Jae-In said on Tuesday that the country would consider joining CPTPP.


(Daily News)
December 01, 2020

The State Department under President Biden must prioritize restoring U.S. leadership and alliances on trade and climate issues, analysts said on Tuesday, advocating in particular for the U.S. to rejoin – or renegotiate – the Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement on Trans-Pacific Partnership and to work with allies on carbon border adjustments.


(In Trade)
November 30, 2020

“A new pact, with more members and upgraded rights and obligations, could offer a potentially larger windfall,” writes PIIE’s Jeffrey Schott.


(Daily News)
November 23, 2020

President-elect Joe Biden’s reported pick to lead the Treasury Department, Janet Yellen, has advocated for a World Trade Organization-compliant carbon tax, while his choice for national security adviser, Jake Sullivan, says the Biden administration’s approach to China will begin with domestic policy and building international alliances.


(Daily News)
November 16, 2020

After a cluster of nations in the Asia-Pacific region inked a trade deal over the weekend, President-elect Joe Biden on Monday said the U.S. should be focused on setting the “rules of the road” rather than sitting on the sidelines.


(Daily News)
October 01, 2020

The next administration should strike sector-specific deals with Asia-Pacific countries to rebuild trust en route to joining the Comprehensive and Progressive Trans-Pacific Partnership, according to a new report that maps out a possible path for the U.S. to re-enter.


(In Trade)
August 05, 2020

Mexico is the host of the virtual session.


(In Trade)
July 29, 2020

“And who knows: One day the Chinese may decide they have to come and join the game and participate by the same rules and I think that you will have a win-win.”


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