Trans-Pacific Partnership

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The Trans-Pacific Partnership is a proposed regional regulatory and investment treaty. TPP, like all other trade agreements in the post-World War II era is a managed trade agreement. That is, governments of the respective participating nations negotiate on the terms, limits and particular conditions under which goods and services will be produced and then bought and sold in each other’s countries.[1]