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Upcoming Trans-Pacific Partnership Looks Like Corporate Takeover

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The next round of TPP talks will be held May 15-24 in Lima, Peru. It is time to start making sure that your voice is heard in D.C. Trade deals can lift people on both sides of trade borders. But only if a true open and democratic process is used to reach agreement. Otherwise these agreements will continue to be gamed to enrich the few at the expense of the many.

One of the best comprehensive sources of information on TPP is at Public Citizen and their Global Trade Watch. They have a landing page just waiting for you: TPP: Corporate Power Tool of the 1%. Go take a look.

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The Electronic Freedom Foundation has a TPP page, explaining their concerns about the sections involving Intellectual Property (IP) as well as the general lack of transparency and openness.

Public Knowledge has a TPP landing pageo expressing similar concerns.

The AFL-CIO has a TPP detail page and offers Trans-Pacific FTA Outline concluding:

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"Although not all the news coming from APEC was good, it is too early to tell if the TPP will live up to its promise to create great opportunities for America's working families. Now is the time to speak up. If you have concerns about some of these announcements, too, now is the time to speak up--the TPP is still being negotiated."


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