Provided by the Australian Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade, this webpage serves as an overview of the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP). Recent news, text and associated documents, chapter summaries, a history timeline, and information about the negotiations are available. The "FTA outcomes and background documents" section contains documents and infographics that describe in depth how the TPP will affect the Australian economy and its various industries.
This webpage is part of the official governmental website for Canada and contains information regarding the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP). The webpage includes a timeline of the history of the TPP, news reports about the effects of the TPP in Canada, and the full-text of the trade agreement.
The U.S. Coalition for TPP is a group of U.S. companies and associations that represent key industries such as agriculture, manufacturing, and retailing. The coalition's website contains recent news related to the TPP and a directory of officials who have publicly supported trade by state. Under the section titled "the facts," users can find country-specific trade information and testimonials from companies.
Created by the U.S. Department of Commerce, the United States of Trade provides a profile for each state containing data such as a list of key agriculture and manufacturing exports, labor statistics, and trade benefits of the Trans-Pacific Partnership for that particular state. For each state, a profile is provided for a local company which details its experiences with exporting and the benefits received. The document opens in PDF.
Provided by the Office of the United States Trade Representative, 18,000 Tax Cuts on Made-in-America Exports provides information on how tax cuts created by the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) will impact the top six export products for each state. The guide also contains success stories for U.S.-based companies which detail current challenges in their respective industries and how the TPP could help resolve them. The document opens in PDF.