The Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership (CPTPP) was signed in Santiago, Chile, on 8 March 2018.
The CPTPP entered into force for Australia, Canada, Japan, Mexico, New Zealand and Singapore on 30 December 2018. The CPTPP entered into force for Vietnam on 14 January 2019. The CPTPP will enter into force for Brunei Darussalam, Chile, Malaysia and Peru 60 days after they complete their respective ratification processes.
Following conclusion of the deal on 23 January 2018 in Tokyo, Japan, the CPTPP text was subject to a process of legal review, translation and verification. English, French and Spanish language versions of the legally verified CPTPP text were released on 21 February 2018. The CPTPP text is equally authentic in English, French and Spanish. In the event of any inconsistencies, the English text will prevail.
For summaries of the CPTPP outcomes for Australia, refer to FTA information and outcomes documents.
For CPTPP chapter summaries, refer to FTA chapter summaries.
Text of the Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership (CPTPP)
The CPTPP is a separate treaty that incorporates, by reference, the provisions of the original Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) signed by Ministers on 4 February 2016 in Auckland, New Zealand. Under the CPTPP, signatories have implemented the original TPP between them, with the exception of a limited number of provisions which will be suspended. Suspensions will remain in place until the Parties agree to end them, by consensus.
The CPTPP treaty text should be read in conjunction with the text of the original TPP:
Text of the Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership (CPTPP) [PDF 185 KB]
Text of the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP)
CPTPP associated documents
On 8 March 2018, bilateral arrangements (‘side letters’) were concluded in Santiago, Chile. The following documents comprise the side letters between Australia and other CPTPP countries.
On 19 January 2019, the CPTPP Commission adopted the following decisions relating to dispute settlement: