Trans-Pacific Partnership: A Step Closer
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Trans-Pacific Partnership: A Step Closer

Trans-Pacific Partnership: A Step Closer

The signing of the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) marks another opportunity for Australia in a multilateral framework. The next phase is to see the signatories enact legislation in their home country to enable the TPP.

The Australian Government sees that the TPP will:

  • “open substantial new trade and investment opportunities for Australia;
  • promote job-creating growth;
  • further integrate our economies in this fast-growing region; and
  • promote and facilitate regional supply chains.”

What it will mean for Australian exporters, manufacturers, service industry providers and investors is outlined here.

During the Australian public discussions, there have been a number of concerns raised about aspects of entering into the TTP. This document seeks to answer issues raised.