Expose the TPP: The Trans-Pacific Partnership
The Trans-Pacific Partnership n. 1. A "free trade" agreement that would set rules on non-trade matters such as food safety, internet freedom, medicine costs, financial regulation, and the environment. 2. A binding international governance system that would require the United States, Australia, Brunei, Canada, Chile, Japan, Malaysia, Mexico, New Zealand, Peru, Singapore, Vietnam, and any other country that signs on to conform their domestic policies to its rules. 3. A secret trade negotiation that has included over 600 official corporate "trade advisors" while hiding the text from Members of Congress, governors, state legislators, the press, civil society, and the public.
New Leaked Documents Show U.S. Faces International Backlash for Trans-Pacific Partnership Proposals
"The memos, which come from a government involved in the 12-nation Trans-Pacific Partnership free trade negotiations... reveal broad disagreement over a host of key positions, and general skepticism that an agreement can be reached by year-end." Read more here.