By now everyone that has a political blog has written something about the new trade agreement the Us has decided to get in on……the TPP. 566 more words
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By Nash Jenkins @pnashsenkins
Though China is notably absent from its list of signatories, officials in Beijing have hesitantly embraced Monday’s ratification of the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP), a historical trade deal that will link 40% of the global economy, … 268 more words
REGINA – Twelve countries, including Canada, have agreed to create the world’s largest regional trade zone.
After five days of around-the-clock negotiations, the Trans-Pacific Partnership, which will replace NAFTA, is a deal that covers 40 percent of the world’s economy. 329 more words
Here’s a brief look at some of the top news stories around the world for Oct. 5, 2015.
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Missing cargo ship, El Faro, carrying 33 Americans sank, according to…
VANCOUVER — Signing on to the biggest trade agreement in the world will push member nations with weaker track records on workers’ rights to meet international labour standards. 670 more words
Ashwin Nair presents a comparative look and contrasts the role of the state in the economic development of two BRICS countries, Brazil and China.
The Brazilian State and the Chinese state are two vastly different entities. 1,473 more words