Controversial Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement to be Signed Today

Trade Ministers from Australia, Brunei, Canada, Chile, Japan, Malaysia, Mexico, New Zealand, Peru, Singapore, the United States and Viet Nam will meet today in Auckland, New Zealand to sign the Trans Pacific Partnership Agreement (TPP).

We have covered the TPP extensively in this blog and in connection with Cyber Law and Business Report.  For background on the TPP, we recommend checking out:

Since Congress has given President Obama Fast Track authority, TPP will be subject to an up or down vote in Congress but without any amendments.

Below are two “Cyber Bites”, brief excerpts from CLBR, addressing the pros and cons of TPP.

 

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