Selected Articles: The Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) Is “Worse Than We Thought”

tpp1The Full Text of the Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement (TPP)

By Global Research News, November 05 2015

Source: The full text was published on the website of the New Zealand Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade (MFAT) The text of the Agreement was released by TPP Parties on 5 November 2015 and can be accessed by chapter.

TTP-TTIP-Corporations-ControlSecret TPP Text Unveiled: It’s Worse Than We Thought

By Public Citizen, November 06 2015

Today’s long-awaited release of the text of the Trans-Pacific Partnership’s (TPP) reveals that the pact replicates many of the most controversial terms of past pacts that promote job offshoring and push down U.S wages while further expanding the scope of the controversial investor-state system and rolling back improvements on access to affordable medicines and environmental standards…

By Telesur, November 06, 2015

Release of the Trans-Pacific Partnership text confirms concerns about environmental risks, runaway corporate power, and weakened democracy.

tpp1The Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) A Trade Deal of Denial: Omissions and Sins

By Binoy Kampmark, November 06 2015

After five years of secret negotiations, the full text of the Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement has finally come up to open air.[1] Kept secret, watched over carefully by delegates all too distant from their own constituencies, the TPP did not disappoint in its disappointments.

tpp_worse_than_we_thoughtTrans-Pacific Partnership (TPP): ‘Worse Than We Thought’. A Total Corporate Power Grab Nightmare

By Deirdre Fulton, November 06 2015

As expert analysis of the long-shrouded, newly publicized Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) final text continued to roll out on Thursday, consensus formed around one fundamental assessment of the 12-nation pact: It’s worse than we thought.

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