Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull has reiterated that parts of the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) trade deal are still worth salvaging despite the United States’ withdrawal last month, with Australia to continue pushing for a revised deal during a meeting in March with the remaining TPP members in Chile.”While Australia is disappointed by the decision of the United States to withdraw from the Trans-Pacific Partnership, we are continuing to talk to the other signatories, including Canada, about how we can use the work that has been done to capture the TPP’s enormous economic and strategic benefits,” Turnbull told the Australia-Canada Economic Leadership Forum in Sydney on Tuesday morning. Latest Australian news Australian government announces 5G working group members Australian government’s recklessness with medical data is symptom of deeper problems Turnbull unveils new tech ministers in Cabinet reshuffle ACCC kicks off NBN wholesale service levels inquiry Re-identification possible with Australian de-identified Medicare and PBS open data Canada has previously said that the TPP cannot legally progress without US involvement, because of the way the trade deal was framed.”This agreement was so constructed that it can only enter into force with the United States as a ratifying country,” Canadian Foreign Affairs Minister Chrystia… Read full this story
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