Strategic partnership across the Pacific is imminent 7/28/2015
Strategic partnership across the Pacific is imminent
Washington - A. P. B. The United States and Japan held and ten other countries of the Pacific region a meeting this week to finalize a strategic partnership agreement across the Pacific Ocean.
This agreement is exposed along the lines of the European counterpart of the controversial (trade and investment agreement across the Atlantic) criticized because talks about it being the center of media blackout and the aim is the declared aim of strengthening the multi-Gansaat.ala companies that the 12 nations that will meet starting Tuesday in Hawaii confirms that this agreement will strengthen growth in the region and will impose on China, which is not involved in the negotiations said the economy are opened Cbr.okan US President Barack Obama, one of the defenders of the treaty announced in May that "we did not define global trade rules, China will Bzk and is in the interest of enterprises and workers in China ".
After negotiations began years ago, Washington hopes that represent with its partners 40 percent of the total global GDP, that the meeting leads in Hawaii to an agreement or allow at least laid the foundations for the settlement of the long Algosair.ovi early July, the Australian government announced that it expects to reach an agreement "in the next three weeks or four "of the United States .walguet its weight to push forward the talks, hoping to ease customs restrictions to speed up exchanges.
A big bet and is also for other countries covered by the strategic partnership agreement and in the American continent (Peru, Chile, Canada and Mexico) and in Asia (Brunei, Japan, Malaysia, Singapore and Vietnam), Oceania (Australia and New Zealand).
Japan hopes, the third in the world economy that the agreement leads to the adoption of internal reforms unpopular for the liberation of the agriculture sector. Vietnam also hopes to enter new markets remain closed today in front.
Said Peter Petri prepared a study on the strategic partnership agreement across the Pacific Ocean to the Peterson Institute, he told AFP: "It's the most important trade negotiations twenty years ago.