Australia not giving up on TPP trade pact

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Australia not giving up on TPP trade pact

Post by Newsman » Mon Jan 23, 2017 10:36 pm

Trade Minister Steve Ciobo is talking to his counterparts about pursuing a Trans-Pacific Partnership trade deal without the United States.
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Re: Australia not giving up on TPP trade pact

Post by Bill » Tue Jan 24, 2017 2:57 am

Australia needs to get a politician in the house who can stand up for something like Australians first. at least D Trump whether you love or hate him stands up for what he believes in and takes action. Totally the opposite compared to the weak politicians we have in parliament now besides a few like xenofon and hanson. most Oz politicians are puppets and only do what their sponsors want, in most cases that is Big Chinese investors.

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Leave TPP in the top drawer: Robb

Post by Newsman » Tue Jan 24, 2017 5:27 pm

Former trade minister Andrew Robb is urging the federal government to leave the Trans-Pacific Partnership in the top drawer until the politics changes.
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Re: Australia not giving up on TPP trade pact

Post by Pepper » Wed Jan 25, 2017 3:40 am

funny to see MT and BS both running around like headless chickens now the USA wants to move away from politically correct places like Australia and countries that suck up to China. In the meantime the US heads to secure local jobs and a much stronger country whole p---weak Aussie politicians just continue to allow all our land and assets to be gobbled up by rich Chinese businessmen to exploit. http://www.abc.net.au/news/2017-01-25/r ... al/8210392

Also, now Sydney reaches near epidemic levels from climate change we still support big polluter china with more coal pollution. This is not pc, this is facts.

Also mass immigration at epidemic levels now reaching near half a million a year is going full steam ahead here as well all supported by Malcolm Turnbull and Bill shorten.

As the above happens more Aussies are thrown out on the street to become homeless and unemployed or shoved out to the desert while rich foreigners gobble up all of our best properties too.

what a joke Australia has become lately

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