Trans-Pacific Partnership

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What is the TPP?

The Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) writes the rules for global trade—rules that will help increase Made-in-America exports, grow the American economy, support well-paying American jobs, and strengthen the American middle class.

  • Australia
  • Canada
  • Japan
  • Malaysia
  • Mexico
  • Peru
  • United States
  • Vietnam
  • Chile
  • Brunei
  • Singapore
  • New Zealand

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Made in America

TPP will make it easier for American entrepreneurs, farmers, and small business owners to sell Made-In-America products abroad by eliminating more than 18,000 taxes & other trade barriers on American products across the 11 other countries in the TPP—barriers that put American products at an unfair disadvantage today.
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Global Leadership

The rules of the road are up for grabs in Asia. If we don’t pass this agreement and write those rules, competitors will set weak rules of the road, threatening American jobs and workers while undermining U.S. leadership in Asia.
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Get the Facts on TPP

Fact sheet and where to find them. Market research and more.
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Question and Answer forum: TPP 

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What is TPP? Who is involved? How do U.S. Companies benefit?
What impact do you foresee in the US Auto sector?
Can we choose between TPP or NAFTA?
Will other countries plan to join TPP in the future?
Can countries like Malaysia become a TAA?
Will duties that are fogiven be by HTS code?
How soon will the TPP go into effect?
When will the TPP be finalized?
What is the approval process in the Senate?
Will the forgiven duties be automatic?
Do all countries need to ratify the agreement?
What are the chances that a country will want to amend the agreement?
Who is to determine the duty forgiven of a product?
Will the election effect the TPP’s success?
Will our product be more competitive with TPP?
TPP common criticisms
How does the TPP address currency manipulation?
Is there a site to know which HTS numbers will be duty free?
Can China join the TPP?
TPP Conclusion