Nobel Prize-winning economist Joseph Stiglitz says the Trans-Pacific Partnership may well be the worst trade agreement ever negotiated, and he recommends Canada insist on reworking it.
By: David Nakamura
By: Doug Palmer
KAANAPALI, Hawaii — Top trade officials from the United States, Canada and 10 other Pacific rim nations fell short of concluding the biggest trade pact in history on Friday because of differences over agricultural, autos and pharmaceuticals, but said significant progress had been made.
By: Jordan Fabian
By: Alisa Opar
From increased fracking to tainted fish, the TPP could severely threaten environmental and climate policy.
By: David Morris
The far-reaching effects of the Trans-Pacific Partnership will affect country-of-origin labels.