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Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement – Update

A. Sivarajan

20-Jul-13 00:55

Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement – Update

Keeping you up to date on the 18th Round of the Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement. Tomorrow there will be several Stakeholder events. The Government of Malaysia will provide the opportunity for registered stakeholders to make presentations on issues related to the TPP and exchange views with delegates. Additionally, the Chief Negotiators will hold a briefing to update stakeholders on TPP developments. We speak to A Sivarajan, spokesperson for Parti Sosialis Malaysia, which is part of a broad-based coalition called Gabungan Bantah TPPA/ FTA. Later today the Gabungan, led by Malay Economic Action Council (MTEM), will be protesting at the Ministry of International Trade and Industry.


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