Wikileaks has released what it claims is the full intellectual property chapter ofthe Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP), the controversial agreement between 12 countries that was signed off on Monday.
Recently the TPP negotiations were officially concluded on October 5th 2015. Although the official text has not been published yet, some TPP Members released the main content of the TPP. On its official website, the Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development Canada published the Technical Summary of the TPP.
Australia Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade released the publication of TPP Information and Outcomes.
After five days of negotiating since September 30th 2015, TPP Members declared to conclude the TPP negotiations at 9:00am October 5th 2015.
A major goal of U.S. multinational corporations for the TPP is to impose on more countries a set of extreme foreign investor privileges and rights and their private enforcement through the notorious “investor-state” system. A review of just some of the outrageous cases brought under this system highlights the extreme peril of these extreme investor privileges and their investor-state private enforcement being included in a TPP
After more than two years of negotiations under conditions of extreme secrecy, on June 12, 2012, a leaked copy of the investment chapter for the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) trade agreement was posted at http://tinyurl.com/tppinvestment. Public Citizen has verified that the text is authentic.
A review of just some of the outrageous anti-environment cases brought under the "investor-state" system in U.S. FTAs and BITs highlights the extreme peril of some extreme investor privileges and their investor-state private enforcement being included in a TPP
Important element creating difference of TPP is the ambition of the nine TPP Parties advancing further toward their goal of developing a high quality, comprehensive, 21st century regional trade agreement.
To make a careful, comprehensive negotiation plans in Trans-Pacific Partnership as well as in other agreements, the strengths and weaknesses analysis of all parties have impact on negotiation results.
On November 13th 2010, President Nguyen Minh Triet had noticed that Vietnam officially joined Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) Negotiation as a full member.