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Martin Khor Uniteed States President Barack Obama will be in Malaysia soon. Among the issues on his agenda will be the current status of the Trans Pacific Partnership Agreement (TPPA). It is an opportunity to clarify with the President himself … Continue reading
Martin Khor Originally published at Third World Economics. The investor-state dispute system, whereby foreign investors can sue the host-country government in an international tribunal, is one of the issues being negotiated in the Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement. In the public debate … Continue reading
Martin Khor Cross-posted from the South Centre’s October 2013 South Bulletin. The negotiations for the Trans Pacific Partnership Agreement (TPPA) have been proceeding at full speed in recent months, giving rise to a lot of interest worldwide. The stated goal … Continue reading
Martin Khor Last Thursday I took part in an unusual Open Day on the Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement in Kuala Lumpur. A thousand people turned up at the event, showing how this trade agreement has aroused great public interest and concern. … Continue reading
Martin Khor The nature and effects of free trade agreements has become a topic of public discussion, especially with the round of talks of the Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement (TPPA) about to take place in Malaysia. Not much is known about … Continue reading