With regard to CPTPP, the NIA was published on 21 February 2018 to help Parliament balance the costs and benefits of New Zealand`s signing of CPTPP and, on 9 March 2018, it was updated with more details on the alternative letters signed with the agreement. The CPTPP meetings agree on guidelines for the extension of the trade agreement (external link) 20 January 2019 When this information is published, the government tries to reconcile the establishment of greater transparency in trade negotiations with the need to take into account the sensitivity of the negotiations. The Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade commissioned experienced international business modellers, ImpactEcon, to assess the economic impact of the CPTPP on New Zealand. ImpactEcon estimates that New Zealand`s annual GDP after the full implementation of the CPTPP would be between $1.2 billion and $4.0 billion more than it would have been if there had been no agreement. Exporters who benefit first as CPTPP takes effect (external link) December 30, 2018 Joint Declaration for the Promotion of Progressive and Inclusive Trade [PDF, 112 KB] March 8, 2018 Legally verified text, cabinet documents, statements, OIA communications and national interest analysis are available for reading and downloading. Successful CPTPP conversations leaves more time to consider a law prohibiting foreign home buyers (external link) 24. January 2018 New Zealand signs subsidiary letters to stem investor-state dispute settlement (external link) March 9, 2018 Trans-Pacific Partnership revised a better agreement for New Zealand (external link) November 11, 2017 Every time the New Zealand government signs a major new international contract, a National Interest Analysis (NIA) is conducted by the main government authority. Joint Statement on investor-state settlement [PDF, 115 KB] 8 March 2018 Officials provided advice to the Committee on Defence and Trade in the field of international law during the parliamentary ratification process of CPTPP. Ministerial Statement 1. CPTPP Commission [PDF, 244 KB] January 19, 2019 Joint Ministerial Statement 3. Commission CPTPP [PDF, 837 KB] August 6, 2020 As part of the agreement, New Zealand agreed with several other contracting parties to the CPTPP of auxiliary instruments on a number of issues. These are sometimes referred to as “thank you letters.” Joint Ministerial Statement [PDF, 57 KB]11 November 2017 Text CPTPP and National Interest Analysis open for public review (external link) 21.
February 2018 Zip file of the text CPTPP and all 30 chapters (excluding appendices) [ZIP, 5.6 MB] Two-way trade with CPTPP countries approaches $50 billion (external link) March 4, 2019 These modelling results are presented in detail in the ImpactEcon report [PDF , 705 KB]. New Zealand ratifies the CPTPP during the Minister of Commerce`s visit to Ottawa and Washington (external liaison) October 25, 2018 The government has unlocked the cabinet negotiating mandate for the CPTPP and the minute of the cabinet`s decision. When the CPTPP (external link) is signed on March 9, 2018, New Zealand adopts a progressive and inclusive business approach (external link) on March 9, 2018 Some of the information contained in the firm`s document is retained in accordance with the principles of the Official Information Act. As shown in the following table: List of suspended provisions [PDF, 62 KB] 11 November 2017 Separate NIA was presented to Parliament in 2017 for the other four contracts that New Zealand must ratify under CPTPP. CPTPP Ministerial Statement Santiago [PDF, 240 KB] March 8, 2018 CPTPP 2. Commission Joint Declaration [PDF, 411 KB] 9 October 2019 The appendix of the CPTPP text sets out the provisions contained in the chapters of the agreement that have been suspended and therefore do not apply between the contracting parties.