No reason for Malaysia to walk away from TPPA


  • Letters Premium
  • Tuesday, 27 Oct 2015

THE Prime Minister announced in his Budget 2016 speech that Malaysia agrees in principle to join the Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement (TPPA). He also said the text of the trade agreement would be tabled for debate in Parliament, following which the Cabinet would make the decision about signing.

We can be certain that those who are opposed to it on ideological grounds will remain adamant that Malaysia should not join the TPPA irrespective of the conclusions of the cost-benefit analysis or the wishes of the business community.

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