Trans-Pacific Partnership: a TiPPing point for global trade?


The Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) is a mega trade agreement bringing together 800mn consumers and USD28tn of wealth. Once ratified by all TPP members, this new trade framework can boost regional GDP by +USD38bn over the first two years of implementation. Risks to TPP’s adoption stem from perceived currency manipulation, possible negative impacts on key national industries (Agrifood and Automotive in particular) and social discontent. TPP success will also be conditioned on outsiders’ trade policy response. Discover in this document the main opportunities and risks of the TPP.

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