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Trans-Pacific Women vs. Trans-Pacific Partnership

Auteur : Millennia2025

Source : APWLD - The Asia Pacific Forum on Women, Law and Development



 Trans-Pacific Women vs. Trans-Pacific Partnership

The Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) is a “free trade” agreement between big corporations and twelve nations in the Pacific Rim, with the prospect of adding countries like South Korea, China, Indonesia and the Philippines. In its current composition, the TPP represents 40% of global GDP and one- third of world trade. The agreement covers trade issues including market access for goods, services and agriculture, customs, and trade subsidies but this represents only a small portion of the agreement. Most proposed rules have nothing to do with trade. Rather, it allows wealthy countries and large corporations to reach across borders to impose constraints on a vast array of domestic non-trade policies that impact the environment, telecommunications, visas, labor, and intellectual property, among many others. 

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