White House takes next step with TPP

USTR sends 36-page plan detailing TPP compliance and changes to federal law needed if TPP is approved.

The White House put Congress on notice that it will soon send lawmakers a bill to implement President Barack Obama’s landmark Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) agreement – a move intended to infuse new energy into efforts to ratify the flatlining trade pact.

The U.S. Trade Representative posted a “draft statement of administrative action” to its website. The White House has not said when it will send the TPP implementing package to Congress.

The move establishes a 30-day minim

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