Opinion: Parts of Trans-Pacific Partnership Can Still Be Salvaged Despite Collapse
Will the work that went into negotiating the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) go to waste?
There are two approaches the remaining members can take. Useful parts of the TPP can be taken out and transplanted into other agreements. Or the trade agreement can be seen as a “sleeping beauty” — or better yet, a modern woman who needs no prince but who will wake up and get on with it.
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