Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP)


The TPP will remove barriers to trade, which is critical to the U.S. remaining competitive in the global economy, and will undoubtedly result in job creation and economic growth throughout the U.S., and specifically in the Los Angeles region. 

In California, where 45 percent of total goods exported went to the TPP region and more than $71 billion is exported to TPP markets each year, the agreement is important to maintaining that market share.

The TPP will not only expand existing trade between California and six current U.S. free trade agreement (FTA) partners, it will also open new markets for California with five Asia-Pacific countries that are not current U.S. FTA partners.



Urge Congress to Pass the Trans-Pacific Partnership in 2016



"Will the U.S. Remain the Essential Country in the Asia Pacific?" - A Case for TPP by Hon. Leon Grice, Consul General of New Zealand in Los Angeles; Chair of the L.A. Area Chamber of Commerce's Diplomatic & Commercial Officers Group

"Post Truth Politics and Open Global Trade" - by K.L. Wengrod, Co-Founder/President of FTC Commercial Corp. 



Press Release: Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement Presents Great Opportunities for California 

USTR's Trans-Pacific Partnership Page


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