Trans-Pacific Partnership

The Trans-Pacific Partnership is a historic trade agreement originally negotiated between 12 nations, including the United States, Japan, Mexico, and Australia. In January 2017, President Donald Trump ordered the United States trade representative to withdraw formally from the TPP. PIIE has conducted extensive research showing the wide-ranging trade deal's benefits vastly outweigh any potential costs.

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Trade and Investment Policy Watch
November 30, 2020
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Charles D. Lake II (Aflac Life Insurance Japan Ltd.), Mary E. Lovely (PIIE), Adam S. Posen (PIIE), Jeffrey J. Schott (PIIE) and Malcolm Turnbull (Former Prime Minister of Australia)

November 12, 2020
Trade and Investment Policy Watch

Charles D. Lake II (Maureen and Mike Mansfield Foundation; Aflac Japan)

November 11, 2020
Trade and Investment Policy Watch
June 23, 2020
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Peter A. Petri (PIIE) and Michael G. Plummer (Johns Hopkins University and East-West Center)
June 16, 2020
Trade and Investment Policy Watch

Peter A. Petri (PIIE) and Michael G. Plummer (Johns Hopkins University and East-West Center)

June 11, 2020
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Peter A. Petri (PIIE) and Michael G. Plummer (Johns Hopkins University and East-West Center)

June 2020
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Peter A. Petri (PIIE) and Michael G. Plummer (Johns Hopkins University and East-West Center)

January 2019
Op-Eds

Peter A. Petri (PIIE) and Michael G. Plummer (Johns Hopkins University and East-West Center)

January 11, 2019
Trade and Investment Policy Watch
January 8, 2019