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Japan and Vietnam call on Trump to join the Transatlantic Partnership Agreement

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Japan and Vietnam call on Trump to join the Transatlantic Partnership Agreement

Post by rocky on Thu 13 Sep 2018, 6:41 am



Japan and Vietnam call on Trump to join the Transatlantic Partnership Agreement














Follow-up / tomorrow Press:
Japan and Vietnam on Thursday called on US President Donald Trump to return to the transatlantic partnership agreement.
Washington withdrew last year from the transatlantic partnership agreement.

"We continue to believe that the Trans-Atlantic Partnership Agreement is the best option for Washington," Japanese Foreign Minister Taro Kono said on the sidelines of the World Economic Forum of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations in Hanoi.
Vietnamese Foreign Minister Pham Binh Minh called the same call to Washington, calling the partnership "a very high level agreement."
Eleven countries on the two shores of the Pacific Ocean signed an agreement last March to revive the partnership after it was dealt a severe blow with the US withdrawal.
Following the Washington exit, it is known as the Transatlantic Global Progressive Partnership, signed by Australia, Brunei, Canada, Chile, Japan, Malaysia, Mexico, New Zealand, Peru, Singapore and Vietnam.
The United States introduced the transatlantic partnership agreement under former President Barack Obama and was signed in February 2016, after years of negotiations among the 12 Pacific Rim countries, aimed at counterbalancing the rise of China's influence that was not part of it.
But before the treaty went into effect, Trump announced on January 23, 2017 that his country would withdraw from the Convention at risk, which was supposed to include 40% of world GDP and about 25% of international trade.
But the US president later changed his mind and announced in April that he was considering joining the new transatlantic free trade agreement on condition that conditions were better.


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