Creative destruction: The Trans-Pacific Partnership, jobs, and labor rights

Rimmer, Matthew (2014) Creative destruction: The Trans-Pacific Partnership, jobs, and labor rights. Medium.

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In the United States, there has been a fierce debate over the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP), and its impact upon jobs, employment, and labor rights and standards. This sweeping trade agreement spans the Pacific Rim, and includes such countries as Australia, New Zealand, Canada, Mexico, Peru, Chile, Malaysia, Singapore, Vietnam, Brunei, and Japan. There has been concern over the secrecy surrounding the Trans-Pacific Partnership — particularly in respect of labor rights.

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Deposited On: 17 Aug 2015 03:00
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