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Trans-Pacific Partnership Negotiations Continue in San Francisco

Schedule for Tuesday, June 15 at the second round of negotiations for the Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement in San Francisco, California:

8:30 a.m. – On-site briefing for participating U.S. stakeholder groups - led by senior USTR staff

Morning negotiations in Working Groups:

  • Technical Barriers to Trade

  • Agriculture

  • Legal and Institutional

  • Rules of Origin

  • Intellectual Property Rights

  • Cross-Border Services

  • Competition

  • Investment

  • Environment

12:00 pm: Public Citizen stakeholder presentation to TPP Delegates

Afternoon negotiations in Working Groups:

  • Labor

  • Technical Barriers to Trade

  • Agriculture

  • Legal and Institutional

  • Rules of Origin

  • Intellectual Property Rights

  • Cross-Border Services

  • Investment

  • Environment

5:00 pm: AFL-CIO stakeholder presentation to TPP Delegates

The Obama Administration is working in the Trans-Pacific Partnership to develop a high-standard, 21st century, Asia-Pacific regional trade agreement that reflects this Administration’s priorities, including job creation and retention, integrating U.S. companies into Asia-Pacific production and supply chains, promoting new technologies and emerging economic sectors, and boosting small businesses, all while and promoting environmental protection and conservation, transparency, worker rights, and development. The second round of TPP talks is taking place this week in San Francisco.