Latest on the Trans-Pacific FTA in Malaysia

February 10, 2012-NHK World: Malaysia: Opposing the TPP (link to www3.nhk.or.jp)
(A2M at 2:00)

December 8, 2011: Free Malaysia Today: "FTA signals death knell for AIDS patients" (link to freemalaysiatoday.com) 

December 7, 2011: PC Press Release: Trans-Pacific Trade Talks in Malaysia Underscore Secrecy of Negotiations, Problems With Potential Deal

December 6, 2011: The Star Online: "Reject Trans-Pacific partnerships talks" (link to thestar.com.my)

December 5, 2011: Kyodo News: Protests greet trans-Pacific free trade talks

December 5, 2011
: PressTV: "Malaysian anti-free trade activists protest FTA deals with the US" (link to presstv.ir)
  

December 1, 2011:
Sassy MP, MP Minister Teresa Kok's blog: "People's Conference on Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement & EU-Malaysia FTAs (link to teresakok.com)

November 28, 2011:
The Star Online
: "Need to assess costs and benefits of FTAs" (link to thestar.com.my)

 

   

   

 

 

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