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Scoop Coverage: TPPA Deal Reached

Published: Thu 8 Oct 2015 09:52 AM
Gordon Campbell: On The TPP Deal Reached In Atlanta

Yes, the TPP has helped to knock a few points off the tariffs facing our exporters. Yet some of those alleged dollar gains may well have been made regardless over time – and without the negative baggage of the concessions in the non-trade areas (intellectual property, copyright extensions, investor-state dispute mechanisms etc) that the TPP deal also brings in its wake.
Over the period from now until 2030, even the rosier projections for New Zealand see the TPP adding only about 1% per annum to this country’s GDP.
Public Summaries:United States Trade Representative - Summary of the Trans-Pacific Partnership AgreementUnited States Trade Representative - TPP Ministers’ Statement, Press Conference VideoNZ Govt - TPP Q (PDF)
ALSO:BusinessDesk - Labour says jury's out on supporting TPP - MARKET CLOSE: NZ shares rise on TPP; SkyCity gains - TPP deal gives limited win for NZ dairy - Business lobbies, wine growers, meat sector welcome TPP - Fonterra 'very disappointed' with limited TPP dairy dealGordon Campbell - Gordon Campbell on the TPP falloutProfessor Jane Kelsey - Renewed Official Information Act requests for TPPA analyses - Continued imbalance of TPPA information indefensible - National government betrays NZers in TPPA dealBinoy Kampmark - Imperilled by Unfree TradeTV3 Video - TPPA: What do we get and what are we giving? - TPPA negotiations 'absolutely brutal' - Groser - TPPA: What you need to know - TPPA response swift, varying - TPPA countries reach deal - Crunch time for TPPA dealOut-Link - First thoughts on the TPPA | The Dim-PostOut-Link - Rob Salmond: TPP, eh? • Public AddressOut-Link - The just-completed Trans-Pacific Partnership deal, explained - VoxOut-Link - A TPP Deal Is Finally Reached, but Don’t Assume It Will Pass Congress | The NationPundit.co.nz Out-Link - Josie Pagani: Success - everyone equally unhappy - Wayne Mapp: The TPP - there's a lot to like - Andrew Geddis: Of TPP's, ISDS's and the ConstitutionOut-Link - The battle for the IP chapter | KiwiblogHillary Clinton - Hillary Clinton Statement on Trans-Pacific Partnership


Parliament Reaction: PM Welcomes TPP As NZ’s Biggest Trade Deal
Prime Minister John Key has welcomed the successful conclusion of negotiations over the Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement – New Zealand’s biggest free trade agreement. More>>
(Cartoon by Dave Wolland)
ALSO:NZ Govt - TPP delivers significant benefits for NZ - PM welcomes TPP as NZ’s biggest trade deal - TPP a win for regional New Zealand - TPP Q (PDF)Labour - TPP may affect Maori land interests - New Zealand gave away right to protect houses and land - Groser playing games over Pharmac fallout - TPPA fails dairy and foreign buyers tests - New Zealand has missed the bus on TPPGreens - Bad TPPA deal will cost New ZealandersNZ First - Deal is About Corporate Influence Not Trade - New Bill to Stop Secrecy of Future Deals like TPPA - TPPA Deal Not What Government Promised - Wood processing a prime area of future potential - Speech: Adult Illiteracy Costs UsACT - ACT welcomes important progress for our trading nationPeter Dunne - Dunne Speaks: Trade is part of our economic DNA
It's Our Future: Council Calls For Transparency And Consultation On TPPA Today [8/10/15] the Auckland Council’s Regional Strategy and Policy Committee passed a resolution on the recently concluded Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement (TPPA). The resolution calls on the government to release the final agreed text of the agreement and consult before further decisions are taken. More>> ALSO:Auckland City Council - TPPA, Environment and Arts the key focus at today’s meetingAuckland Ratepayers' Alliance - Councillors shouldn't entertain TPPA stuntAffordable Auckland - Why can't they just do their jobs?
Business reaction:Fonterra - Fonterra Chairman Acknowledges Conclusion of TPP AgreementDairy Companies Association of NZ - TPP Concludes After Marathon Negotiating EffortExportNZ - ExportNZ Welcomes TPP dealBusiness NZ - BusinessNZ says TPP a good deal for New ZealandEmployers And Manufacturers Association - TPP Outstanding Achievement says EMANZ Winegrowers - Wine industry welcomes Trans-Pacific Partnership agreementWellington Chamber Of Commerce - TPP deal welcomed by ChamberMeat Industry Association - The MIA welcomes the conclusion of the TPPZespri - Win for kiwifruit industry in TPP AgreementBeef And Lamb NZ - TPP good news for sheep and beef farmersHorticulture NZ - Good Result Gives Horticulture Room to GrowNZ Kiwifruit Growers - Trans Pacific Partnership Another Win for Kiwifruit GrowersSeafood NZ - Trans-Pacific Partnership agreementMedicines NZ - Medicines New Zealand Statement on the TPPNZ Shippers Council - Shippers’ Council congratulates Government on TPP outcomeAmerican Chamber of Commerce - AmCham welcomes Trans-Pacific Partnership agreementThe Kiwifruit Claim - Kiwifuit Claim Urges Zespri To Back GrowersLatin America NZ Business Council - Conclusion of TPP negotiationsHawke's Bay Winegrowers - Three Cheers for Wine Exports in TPP AgreementWood Council of NZ - TPPA may open doors for processed wood products
Other Sectors:It's Our Future - No more excuses, release the text NOWInternet NZ - TPPA means copyright law reform neededGreenpeace NZ - Greenpeace Response to TPP Deal AnnouncementNZTEU - Secret trade agreement bad for education and democracyFOMA - FOMA Welcomes New Trade Opportunities through TPPAFIRST Union - TPPA a “betrayal” – unionNZMA - Independent health assessment still needed on TPPAAction On Smoking And Health - TPPA Tobacco Carve-out Good News for New Zealand HealthGrey Power NZ - TPPA - "catious optimisim"LIANZA - LIANZA on the TPPAAFTINET - Secret TPP deal lacks detail on medicinesOpenMedia - TPP posing serious threat to global internet usersITUC - Pacific Trade Agreement a Recipe for Corporate Greed
Earlier:


Gordon Campbell: On The TPP Countdown, And Mary Margaret O’Hara
To date, the Key government has been unwilling to share any information about this TPP deal until it is too late for outraged public opinion to affect the outcome... the disclosure process is likely to consist of a similarly skewed and careful exercise in spin. More>>
ALSO:Scoop Business - Atlanta TPP talks head into the nightTVNZ - Q+A - PM on TPP: “We’ve never ever been sued.”The Nation - PM John Key: TPP, Aussie Deportations, SyriaProfessor Jane Kelsey - TPPA ministerial extended another day - Groser’s ‘ugly compromise’ in TPPA could cost New Zealanders - Helen Clark needs to heed her own UN advisers on TPPALabour - Are you fighting for our health, Mr Key?NZ First - Clark urges TPPA signing but we've had other poor deals - Peters: Circus or Soap Opera and Foreseen CircumstancesAssociation of Salaried Medical Specialists - Patients deserve better than health as trade deal dead rat - Power of balance poised to tip even furtherDoctors for Healthy Trade - Will NZ rely on Peru’s position on Medicines in the TPPA? - Helen Clark on TPPArbitrators' and Mediators' Institute of NZ - Investor State Arbitration and the TPPAAFTINET - TPP talks: Robb should reject “death sentence” deal - TPP talks delayed againTV3 Video - TPPA negotiations 'close' to completion - Key: TPP progressing towards something good
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