TPP comes back from the dead

TPP has bounced back and is now will become law within 60 days for the remaining member’s, this will make U.S trade deals with Asia even harder to secure.

U.S. President Donald Trump tried to kill it, but the Trans-Pacific Partnership wouldn’t stay dead.

Less than two years after the U.S. withdrew from the landmark Pacific Rim trade deal it once saw as key to an Asian trade strategy, six of the remaining countries have ratified it, enough to bring the revised Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership (CPTPP) into force 60 days from now on Dec.30.

Australia became the sixth country to do so Wednesday, filing its official notice with New Zealand, the country that’s acting as the depository and keeping track of its implementation.

The only way that Trump could have pulled off killing TPP to the US’s advantage was to have in place a trade policy to negotiate day one.

But that would take working more than a few hours every four days and he would have to pay a little less golf.

Well we could always go back to the way things were before Trump?

You know where most countries were screwing us on most trade deals overall,
and we owe them Trillions upon Trillions of dollars.

Who do we owe trillions upon trillions of dollars to?

major multinational agreement make it hard to secure trade deal with individual countries look at Europe.

Well, Trump said something like this, so it must be true.

It really hasn’t come back from the dead. The US just pulled out from it. The other nations just went ahead with it.

They can have it.