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By Bob Makin in Port Vila Some eight years of negotiations on the legal texts have gone into deciding what the Pacific free trade agreement...

Prime Minister John Key will visit the United Kingdom and Europe next week for a series of bilateral meetings and to attend Bastille Day...

By TJ Aumua in Auckland New Zealanders need to catch up with reality about the country's trade partners in the South-East Asia region, says an...

A new platform to bring together entrepreneurs engaged or planning to engage in industrial, commercial and investment activities in Fiji has been created in...

By Tevita Vuibau in Suva Fiji may just change its mind and agree to the Pacific Agreement on Closer Economic Relations (PACER) Plus -- contrary...

Thousands of protesters in Chile and Peru - as well as in New Zealand - protested against the signing of the controversial Trans Pacific...

Zero Hedge By Tyler Durdan, a blog commentary written after the anti-TTIP protests in Berlin last October when more than 250,000 people demonstrated. FLASHBACK: When it...

Pacific Media Centre OPINION: By Professor Jane Kelsey In New Zealand, we dared to declare ourselves nuclear-free in the 1980s - dire warnings that ditching the...

One of the biggest and most controversial trade deals in history has been signed by ministers from the Asia-Pacific region and the Americas, as...

Pacific Media Centre The Trans Pacific Partnership Agreement has been signed at Sky City in Auckland today as the downtown heart of New Zealand's largest...

Stop TIPP In a statement, Germany’s largest association of judges and public prosecutors has firmly rejected the European Commission’s  proposal to create an investment court ...

From United Nations Special correspondent in Geneva United Nations human rights expert Alfred de Zayas has called on governments not to sign the Trans-Pacific Partnership without...

New Zealand's trojan horse eroding sovereignty.

Report from Evening Report By Selwyn Manning in Auckland New Zealand Trade Minister Todd McClay yesterday released the National Interest Analysis (NIA), a document tasked to...

Report from Pacific Media Watch A leading critic of the Trans Pacific Partnership Agreement last night showed off "Tim the dead rat" to rousing cheers,...