Members of Trans-Pacific Partnership trade deal pose for an official picture after the signing agreement ceremony in Santiago

This new agreement called the Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership offers many advantages to the participating countries, but falls short of being a suitable replacement for its predecessor.

This blog is written by Aditya Vijya, Research Intern at CPPR

Click here to read the blog: The Future of the TPP: How it Alters the RCEP’s Importance for the Region

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