Getting ready for the CPTPP: Some basic facts about the trade-investment relation between Mexico and Australia.



On 17 October 2018, Australia’s senate passed legislation on ratifying the CPTPP Agreement, making it the fourth country to approve the deal and raising its chances of taking effect early next year, given the fact that Mexico, Japan and Singapore have already ratified it and New Zealand and Vietnam are expected to follow suit in a matter of weeks, rounding out the six nations needed for the pact to take effect[1].

In the light of this remarkable event, I thought it would be appropriate to make a brief monograph of the trade-investment relation between Mexico and Australia with some of the most important facts from the Mexican point of view (and Australian sometimes).

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[1] https://asia.nikkei.com/Economy/Australia-approves-TPP-11-raises-chance-of-pact-taking-effect-in-early-2019

 

 

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