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Labour and NZ First promise to drag TPP countries back to the negotiation table

This follows Trade Minister Todd McClay and anti-TPP activist Jane Kelsey challenging Labour to be clear on its plans for the deal.

Jason Walls
Mon, 21 Aug 2017

A Labour/New Zealand First government would drag all 10 participating TPP countries back to the negotiation table to alter the deal in New Zealand's favour if they form a government after the election.

This is despite the bloc’s determination to put pen-to-paper in November with as few changes

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Jason Walls
Mon, 21 Aug 2017
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