Wednesday 30 May 2012

Trans-Pacific Partnership Ageement (TPPA)

Lawmakers within the United States may be our best ally in the battle against the TPPA

Obama administration refuses to reveal TPP secrets

An international trade agreement known as the Trans-Pacific Partnership between nine countries is stirring up a lot of controversy. Some US lawmakers are wondering what the TPP is doing behind closed doors. The trade agreement has provoked a Senator to propose legislation that would require the US trade representative to consult with lawmakers, but according to some reports the Obama administration is refusing to release the details. Melinda St. Louis, international campaigns director for Public Citizen, give us her take on the TPP.

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