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The U.S.-led “mega-regional” trade agreements, the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) and Trans-Atlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP), are capturing news headlines as the usual trade politicking around these deals gains steam. We at TradeUp loudly cheerlead these deals. Most of the more than 300 regional trade agreements (RTAs) countries around the world have reached with various partners or small groups of countries are empirically far more liberalizing and comprehensive than multilateral trade agreements reached together by the 160 members of the World Trade Organization (WTO). In addition, both TPP and TTIP are pushing the envelope in new areas of international trade law, pioneering in such newer trade topics as e-commerce, copyrights, and treatment of state-owned enterprises.

Regional deals have emerged as the center of gravity in world trade, and they will also help open new export opportunities for U.S.-based companies. Look for three major gains:

  1. Boost to Mainstreet exporters.
  2. Gains from the digital economy.
  3. Growth and jobs.

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