Free Trade – Australia and New Zealand want to save TPP Agreement

Free Trade - Australia and New Zealand want to save TPP Agreement
US President Donald Trump with the Dectret to withdraw from the TPP trade agreement (pa / dpa / AP / Vucci)

After the exit of the US, Australia and New Zealand want to save the Transpazi free trade agreement TPP still.

The trade ministers of both countries, Ciobo and McClay, announced talks with the participating States. The agreement was signed last year by 12 countries from the Asia-Pacific region, including the United States, but has not yet entered into force. So far, only the Japanese parliament has ratified the agreement. The then US President Obama wanted to strengthen the economic connections of the United States to Asia. His successor, Trump, yesterday signed a decree to withdraw from the contract. He had announced the move in the election campaign. Trump also intends to negotiate a new deal with Canada and Mexico through the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA)

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