About the negotiations


The process for engaging stakeholders on the Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP-11) was an extension of the Government’s efforts to bring the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) into force. This built upon the extensive consultations undertaken in relation to the original TPP which commenced in 2008.

The Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement negotiations concluded in October 2015. Below are the public submissions received during negotiations.

Submissions received

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Last Updated: 1 March 2016

CPTPP market snapshot (including Australia)

  • CPTPP GDP: US$10.6 trillion
  • CPTPP Population: 499 million
  • Australia-CPTPP two-way trade: $171bn
  • Australia-CPTPP two-way trade %: 22.4% of all Australian trade
  • CPTPP % of world GDP: 13.3%
  • CPTPP % of world population: 6.7%
  • CPTPP % of world trade: 14.4%

Contact us

Email: tpp@dfat.gov.au


CPTPP FTA Coordinator
Regional Trade Agreements Division
Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade
RG Casey Building, John McEwen Crescent

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