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Topic: Trans-Pacific Partnership

Does anyone understand Labor’s trade policy?

Labor is waving through legislation that goes against its own policy, and is simultaneously worried about rising trade barriers but also wants to raise our own. Go figure.

Labor’s grubby TPP backflip confirms voters are right to be cynical

The Labor Party's support for the Trans Pacific Partnership in the face of overwhelming evidence and its own policy confirms that voters are right to be disgusted with the cynicism of the major parties.

Even spruikers can’t find benefits in jury-rigged TPP

A new report from business groups urging the adoption of a bastardised TPP admits the economic benefits will be trivial. That hasn't stopped lobbyists hyping the results.

Talking sense on the TPP: Coalition business ally breaks ranks again

Even employer groups want the Productivity Commission to fact-check the government's absurd claims about the benefits of a revived Trans Pacific Partnership.

Rundle: the anti-democratic rot at the heart of the TPP

Without the US, the TPP is a less threatening beast, but a beast it remains.

Crikey Worm: zombie trade agreement exhumed

Good morning early birds. Like the indomitable villain in a teen slasher film, the Trans-Pacific Partnership is back. Plus, a best actress Oscar nod for Australian Margot Robbie. It's the news you need to know, with Max Chalmers.

Ardern and Trudeau are doing what Turnbull won’t — standing up for us

Malcolm Turnbull is eager to hand multinationals the right to sue governments over policy changes. Luckily, other leaders in the Trans-Pacific Partnership group are standing up for Australians.

Crikey Worm: secret dual citizens put on notice

Good morning, early birds. The Prime Minister has finally moved to put an end to the dual citizenship scandal undermining his government, and 2017 now tipped to be the third hottest year on record. It's the news you need to know, with Max Chalmers.

Unkillable corporate rights trade clause needs a bullet in the head

Malcolm Turnbull is almost alone among Trans-Pacific Partnership leaders eager to allow multinationals to sue governments.

And you can thank John Howard for that, writes business journalist <b>Michael West</b>.

Coalition spends billions on useless, ‘butt-covering’ consultants’ reports

And you can thank John Howard for that, writes business journalist Michael West.

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