CPTPP Agreement - Guide to obtaining preferential tariff treatment when exporting and importing goods using CPTPP
By: Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade – Australian Government
The Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership (CPTPP) entered into force on 30 December 2018. CPTPP is a significant regional free trade agreement that delivers substantial export, import and commercial opportunities for Australian businesses.
Upon ratification by all signatory countries, the CPTPP will increase market access for Australian goods and services to a regional free trade area incorporating Brunei Darussalam, Canada, Chile, Japan, Malaysia, Mexico, Peru, New Zealand, Singapore and Vietnam.
This document provides guidance to obtaining preferential tariff treatment when exporting and importing goods using CPTPP
This document is attached below:
- Research Report: Implementing the CPTPP from a law-making perspective - Review of current results and policy implications for the future
- CPTPP: An overview for trade advisors and SMEs
- Handbook: Understanding the Vietnam’s public procurement market through the lens of CPTPP
- Overview of the New Zealand Market
- UK Accession to CPTPP: The UK’s Strategic Approach