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Ex-trade minister Anabel González: TPP, like CAFTA, will help Costa Rica in long run

Former Costa Rica foreign trade minister Anabel González says eventual membership in the controversial Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) mega trade pact would benefit Costa Rica, just as DR-CAFTA has.

A look at the Trans-Pacific Partnership, which rewrites rules on trade in autos, patented drugs

The Trans-Pacific Partnership, a tentative agreement on trade negotiated by a dozen Pacific-rim nations, will slightly pry open Japan's famously closed rice market, protect brand-name drugs from generic competitors for at least five years and lower tariffs on automobiles.

Trans-Pacific Partnership: 12 Pacific countries seal huge free trade deal

Twelve Pacific rim countries sealed a Trans-Pacific Partnership deal early Monday on creating the world's largest free trade area, delivering U.S. President Barack Obama a major policy triumph.

Trans-Pacific Partnership negotiators push hard for deal

ATLANTA, Georgia – Officials from 12 countries including the United States, Japan and Australia appeared close to a deal on an ambitious Pacific Rim trade pact Saturday as negotiations went into the second day of overtime.

Op-ed: Let’s see a Trans-Pacific Partnership that respects workers’ rights

The Trans-Pacific Partnership being negotiated between the United States and 11 other Pacific Rim nations has been characterized as the most progressive trade agreement in our history, with the strongest labor and environment provisions ever. But what is the benchmark?

US lawmakers ease Obama’s path to Pacific trade deal

The Trans-Pacific Partnership is a trade framework negotiated between Australia, Brunei, Canada, Chile, Japan, Malaysia, Mexico, New Zealand, Peru, Singapore, the United States and Vietnam. Costa Rica has expressed interest in joining.

Diplomats in Washington tout the emerging ‘Pumas of the Pacific’

“It’s not about how many free trade agreements you have on paper, but how many jobs you can turn them into.”

Obama visits Mexico, but his attention is divided

TOLUCA, Mexico – "This is historic," U.S. President Barack Obama pronounced aboard Air Force One on Wednesday. Obama was not talking about his trip to the North American leaders summit in this industrial city.

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