18 May 2012

Calls to drop the "investor-state" provisions in the TPP deal

From Nine To Noon, 9:34 am on 18 May 2012

Retired Court of Appeal judge Sir Ted Thomas is one of more than 60 New Zealand jurists to sign an open letter to the negotiators of the Trans Pacific Partnership trade talks calling for them to drop "investor-state" provisions which allow companies to sue governments directly over alleged breaches.

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