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The Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) is set to open new doors for Australian business with 40 percent of our global trading partners...

The recently signed Trans Pacific Partnership Agreement (TPP) has the potential to transform Australian industry’s engagement across the Pacific, says the Australian Industry Group...

Asialink Business, Australia’s National Centre for Asia Capability, has welcomed the conclusion of the landmark Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement (TPP) which will ‘unlock new opportunities for Australian business...

Australian farmers are set to gain major new market access for agricultural products under the Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement (TPP) between Australia and 11 other countries...

After eight years of painstaking negotiations the historic Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) Agreement has been successfully concluded...

The failure of the latest Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) talks in Hawaii has put the spotlight back on Australia’s recent Asian free trade deals...

Australian exporters in the education, legal, financial, agricultural, and electronic commerce industries could be big winners if the elusive Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) gets the green light, according to leading audit, tax and advisory firm BDO...

After nearly five years of negotiations the controversial Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement (TPP) should be signed and sealed within months, says Trade Minister Andrew Robb.

During the recent November 2011 APEC meeting in Hawaii, one of the key announcements was the agreement by nine of the members on the broad outlines of a Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) agreement between their countries.

Prime Minister Julia Gillard and Trade Minister Craig Emerson have hosted a press conference from the APEC summit in Honolulu to talk about the positive moves forward in the creation of a Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) among Asia Pacific nations.