Commission meetings

Second CPTPP Commission Meeting

9 October 2019

Representatives from the 11 CPTPP signatories participated in the second CPTPP Commission meeting in Auckland on 9 October 2019.

Second CPTPP Commission Meeting Logo

The CPTPP Commission made the following decisions:

Members of the CPTPP Commission also issued a joint statement [PDF 416 KB] on 9 October 2019.

Alongside the Commission, the following Committees met for the first time in Auckland: Trade in Goods; Rules of Origin; Agricultural Trade; Technical Barriers to Trade; Sanitary and Phytosanitary Measures; Small and Medium Sized Enterprises; State Owned Enterprises; Development; Cooperation and Capacity Building; Competitiveness and Business Facilitation; Environment; and the Labour Council.

The CPTPP Commission will meet again in Mexico in 2020.

First CPTPP Commission Meeting

19 January 2019

The first CPTPP Commission meeting was held in Tokyo on 19 January 2019.  The CPTPP Commission is the decision-making body of the CPTPP, which was established when the CPTPP entered into force on 30 December 2018.

The CPTPP Commission made the following decisions:

Members of the CPTPP Commission also issued a joint ministerial statement [PDF 91 KB].

Group photo of representatives from the CPTPP.
Assistant Minister for Trade, Tourism and Investment, the Hon Mark Coulton MP, joining Japanese Prime Minister Abe and other representatives from CPTPP member countries at the first CPTPP Commission meeting held in Tokyo on 19 January 2019. Credit: Australian Embassy, Tokyo.
Last Updated: 21 October 2019