Under the agreement, New Zealand has agreed with a number of other parties to the CPTPP on related instruments on a number of issues. These are sometimes called side letters. Zip file of the text of the CPTPP and all 30 chapters (excluding annexes) [ZIP, 5.6 MB] Meeting of the CPTPP Agreement on the Extension of the Trade Agreement (Link leave this page) 20 January 2019 The Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade has commissioned the experienced international trade modeller ImpactEcon to assess the economic impact of CPTPP on New Zealand. ImpactEcon estimates that once the CPTPP is fully implemented, New Zealand`s annual GDP would be between $1.2 billion and $4.0 billion more than it would have been if there had been no agreement. The consolidated text of intellectual property rights for the TPPA is secret. There have been several partial leaks of the text, including the US proposals of February 10, 2011 and the November 13, 2013 and May 16, 2014 versions of the consolidated text of the negotiations for the chapter on intellectual property. For the CPTPP, the NIA was published on 21 February 2018 to assist Parliament in assessing the costs and benefits of New Zealand`s signature to the CPTPP and was updated on 9 March 2018 with further details on the supporting letters signed with the agreement. This is not yet related to the TPP11 negotiations and agreements after the departure of the United States. The text of the CPTPP and the national analysis of interests are open for public scrutiny (link leaving this page) 21 February 2018 The legally verified text, cabinet documents, opinions, OIA publications and the National Interest Analysis are available for reading and downloading. The Annex to the CPTPP below lists the provisions of the Chapters of the Agreement which have been suspended and therefore do not apply between the Contracting Parties. The governments of Australia, Bruneis, Canada, Chile, Japan, Malaysia, Mexico, New Zealand, Peru, Singapore, Vietnam and the United States are negotiating a multilateral free trade agreement known as the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP).
Canada, Mexico and Japan participated in the negotiations later than the other countries. Canada and Mexico`s first entry into the negotiating room took place during the December 2012 New Zealand Round of negotiations, more than a year after their formal requests to participate in the negotiations. Japan`s accession took place on the last day of the Round of negotiations, in July 2013, in Kota Kinabalu, Malaysia. . . .