The CPTPP needs a shot in the arm; U.K. entry can provide it

Ong Kian-Ming is a senior adviser to international strategic advisory company Global Counsel and was previously Malaysia’s deputy minister of international trade and industry.

The Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership showed that a high-quality, multilateral free trade agreement could still be reached by Pacific Rim nations, even without the participation of the U.S.

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