Negotiators say they've made good progress at the Auckland round of the Trans-Pacific Partnership talks.
A new poll shows two thirds of NZers are wary of a TPP deal allowing corporations to sue governments.
Opening up the North American market for our farmers is one of the key goals for New Zealand's negotiators at the Trans Pacific Partnership talks in Auckland.
Business NZ is defending the Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement (TPPA), after protests turned ugly yesterday afternoon.
Police presence was high as the protesters set fire to boxes and banged up against the SkyCity doors. Fires were extinguished by fire officers.
They are getting down to the business end of the Trans-Pacific Partnership trade talks in Auckland now.
Talks on the Trans-Pacific Partnership Trade Agreement are continuing in Auckland today, as is opposition to the deal.
The latest round of negotiations in the Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement are continuing in Auckland today.
As opponents plan more demonstrations against the TPP, doctors are warning cheap drugs could be compromised.
Negotiators from 11 countries are gathering in Auckland this morning for the 15th round of the TPP talks.
Negotiators from 11 countries are meeting in Auckland this morning for the latest round of talks on the Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement.
Negotiators from 11 countries gather in Auckland tomorrow for the 15th round of the Trans-Pacific Partnership trade talks.
Green parties from New Zealand, Australia and Canada have joined together to oppose the TPPA.
New Zealand won't sign up to the TTP unless it includes an agreement to progressively abolish tariffs on agricultural products.
Prime Minister John Key says it's possible the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) trade deal can be concluded in 2013, but he isn't holding his breath.
The Green Party and its Canadian counterpart have jointly expressed their concerns over the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) trade deal negotiations.
The legal threat from tobacco companies over the Government's proposal for plain packaging has raised fears about the Trans-Pacific Partnership.
Tim Groser is misleading the public over the terms of the TP) agreement the Government is negotiating, the Green Party says.
The National Addiction Centre is seeking reassurance that the TPP won't work against tougher alcohol laws.
Trade Minister Tim Groser says the Government will not sign a multi-lateral trade deal if it affects its ability to regulate health and other policy areas.
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