Trans Pacific Partnership Agreement

Trans Pacific Partnership Agreement

Interview: Jacinda Ardern

Patrick Gower talks to the Prime Minister about her first official international trip.

Trans Pacific Partnership Agreement

Should New Zealand sign the TPP?

Newshub took to the streets to find out what Kiwis thought.

Trans Pacific Partnership Agreement

Labour taking credit for National's TPP agreement - English

"I think there's been a bit of exaggeration about what's been achieved in the last week or so."

Kelvin Davis is "wrong", according to Jane Kelsey.

Kelvin Davis 'wrong', talking 'spin' on TPP

Jane Kelsey says the TPP is not a "damned sight better" than it was a few weeks ago, as the Govt has claimed.

Jacinda Ardern arrives for the East Asia Summit.

Ardern puts TPP on the backburner

Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern is set to shift her focus to a trade deal with the European Union.

Jacinda Ardern and Trade Ministrer David Parker.

TPP 'a damned sight better' now - Ardern

She's putting a "line in the sand" over ISDS clauses, saying this'll be the last deal NZ signs which has them.

Will her supporters who don't like TPP feel betrayed?

Patrick Gower: Jacinda Ardern helps keep TPP alive

Will her supporters who don't like TPP feel betrayed?

David Parker on The Nation.

Interview: David Parker

Lisa Owen talks to Trade Minister David Parker in Da Nang.

David Parker says the TPP is "much less significant" than it used to be.

'No chance' of TPP signing in Vietnam - Parker

If it doesn't get signed, the Trade Minister says life will go on regardless.

Justin Trudeau failed to show for the last meeting.

Canada plunges TPP talks into chaos

When Justin Trudeau failed to show for an important meeting, it was feared the talks were over.

WELLINGTON, NEW ZEALAND - OCTOBER 31:  Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern speaks during a post cabinet press conference at Parliament on October 31, 2017 in Wellington, New Zealand. Labour leader Jacinda Ardern was sworn in on 26 October as the 40th Prime Minister of New Zealand. After failing to win an outright majority in the general election on September 23,  Labour entered into a coalition agreement with the New Zealand First and Greens parties.  (Photo by Hagen Hopkins/Getty Images)

Opinion: APEC is Ardern versus the world

Jacinda Ardern to take on Trump, Putin, North Korea and the rest, writes Patrick Gower.

Jacinda Ardern.

Fears NZ's TPP demands could sink it

Japan is worried renegotiations on investor-state dispute settlement clauses could collapse the agreement.

Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern.

NZ not alone on ISDS clauses - Jacinda Ardern

Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern says New Zealand is not alone in its opposition to ISDS clauses in the Trans-Pacific Partnership.

Jacinda Ardern and Malcolm Turnbull.

Turnbull and Ardern set for brunch

Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern will tackle humanitarian issues and renegotiating the TPP.

Anti-TPP protesters in Wellington.

'Significantly increased' chance TPP will be signed

Negotiators have gathered in Japan to narrow down which terms of the deal to keep and which to drop.

The first session of the three-day Trans Pacific Partnership senior leaders meeting begins in Sydney, Australia August 28, 2017.   REUTERS/Jason Reed - RC1124EBA480

TPP members hoping to finalise negotiations

New Zealand and ten other nations have been exploring ways to save the trade pact.

Trans Pacific Partnership Agreement

Ardern goes for 2-for-1 ban and TPP deal

The new Prime Minister is looking to pull off a coup, Patrick Gower writes.

Greens trade spokesman Barry Coates

TPP trade meetings are desperate - Greens

The Green Party say the attendance of Government ministers at a Trans-Pacific Partnership meeting next week, days before the election, smacks of desperation.

Foreign housing ban

Labour’s house ban risks trade jobs - National

The party said the ban would cut across a range of free trade agreements

TPP deal

Labour's foreign ownership of property policy raises TPP11 stakes

TPP critic Jane Kelsey said National would be reluctant to enforce the policy sought by Labour.