New Zealanders wary of TPP
A new poll shows two thirds of New Zealanders are wary of a Trans-Pacific Partnership deal allowing corporations to sue governments.
Sixty-four percent of respondents to the telephone survey by Consumer Link said New Zealand should reject treaties with such clauses.
The survey comes after nearly two weeks of negotiations in Auckland by 11 countries on the trade agreement.
TPP critic Professor Jane Kelsey spoke to Firstline this morning.
Watch the interview.