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Analysis and Commentary: The Trans-Pacific Partnership, the Comprehensive and Progressive TPP, their Roots in NAFTA and Beyond

Edited by: Jorge Huerta Goldman, David A. Gantz

ISBN13: 9781107163256
To be Published: November 2021
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Hardback
Price: £69.99



The Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership among eleven key nations of the Pacific Rim has already expanded trade and economic cooperation among the Parties. It also serves to encourage political cooperation among them and has served as a model for future 'wide and deep' free trade agreements. The chapters of this book will provide readers with a detailed understanding of the CPTPP's coverage, including provisions relating to tariff elimination, customs rules of origin, agriculture, sanitary and phytosanitary measures, technical barriers to trade, telecommunications, intellectual property, investment and investor–state arbitration, financial and other services, government procurement, state-owned enterprises, electronic commerce and digital trade, small and medium-sized enterprises, competition law, labor and environmental protection, dispute settlement, and many others. No international lawyer, economist, trade negotiator, or enterprise can afford not to take advantage of the opportunities for business that the CPTPP offers. This book has been written by CPTPP negotiators, experts, and practitioners.

Subjects:
International Trade
Contents:
1. Introduction: the Trans-Pacific Partnership becomes the comprehensive and progressive agreement for TPP
David A. Gantz and Jorge Huerta-Goldman
2. TPP, US Congress and the Trade Promotion Authority
Sheridan S. McKinney and John Gilliland
3. The TPP, a horizontal overview
Roberto Zapata Barradas
4. Market access for trade in goods negotiations in the TPP
César Guerrero and Félix González Sáenz
5. Trade provisions as legos? How Chapter 2 of the TPP was influenced by WTO negotiations and prior US trade deals
Roy Santana
6. TPP, agricultural trade and food security
Ekaterina Krivonos, Daneswar Poonyth and Mischa Tripoli
7. Rules of origin and origin procedures
Luis Ricardo Rodriguez Meneses
8. Trade in textiles and apparel goods
Rupa Ganguli and Jorge A. Huerta Goldman
9. How far beyond the TFA? Trade facilitation in the WTO and the TPP
Carlos Gabriel Enriquez Montes
10. Treatment of trade remedies under the Trans-Pacific Partnership, Chapter 6
David A. Gantz
11. SPS chapter under the TPP agreement and its implications
Yuka Fukunaga
12. Technical barriers to trade
Jorge A. Huerta Goldman
13. Addressing the right to regulate in the CPTPP investment chapter: identifying new treaty practice
Rodrigo Monardes, Ana Novik and Carlos Portales
14. Protecting Investment under NAFTA the Trans-Pacific Partnership and the comprehensive and progressive TPP
David A. Gantz
15. The Trans-Pacific Partnership as a development of the Australia−United States free trade agreement: services liberalization and investment protection
Tania Voon and Andrew D. Mitchell
16. Services overview: background, strategy and solutions
Amb Peter Allgeier
17. Cross-border trade in services (Chapter 10) and temporary entry for business persons (Chapter 12)
Guillermo Malpica Soto
18. Financial services
Juan A. Marchetti
19. Telecommunications chapter in the TPP
Gerardo Meza Grillo
20. Understanding the TPP agreement e-commerce chapter
Ed Brzytwa, Stephen Ezell and Nigel Cory
21. Government procurement in the Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement: a global beachhead for market access and good governance
Robert D. Anderson, Philippe Pelletier and Christopher R. Yukins
22. TPP's competition policy chapter: towards convergence
Juliana Nam
23. Rules for state-owned enterprises in Chapter 17 of the Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement: balancing market-oriented discipline and policy flexibility for states
Iain Sandford and Jan Yves Remy
24. Non-commercial assistance rules in the TPP: a comparative analysis with the SCM Agreement
Yoshinori Abe and Takemasa Sekine
25. IP in the TPP: how far beyond the existing FTAs does it go?
Maximiliano Santa Cruz Scantlebury and Denisse Pérez
26. Strengthening labor rights in the Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement: a lost opportunity?
Desirée LeClercq and Karen Curtis
27. TPP trade and environment chapter Christopher O'Toole
28. Horizontal regulatory coherence aspects of the TPP
Phoenix X.F. Cai
29. Transparency and anti-corruption
Jorge A. Huerta Goldman
30. State-to-state dispute settlement under TPP Chapter 28 and NAFTA Chapter 20
David A. Gantz
31. Initial provisions, administrative provisions, exceptions and final provisions (TPP Chapters 1, 27, 29 and 30)
David A. Gantz