Press Release: AmCham Singapore Urges U.S. to Rejoin CPTPP to Ensure U.S. Competitiveness in the Region

With Canada, Japan and Mexico all moving forward on legislation approving their respective entry to the Comprehensive Progressive Trans-Pacific Partnership (“CPTPP”), the American Chamber of Commerce in Singapore (“AmCham Singapore”) calls on the U.S. government to re-join the CPTPP and for the U.S. Congress to approve the agreement.


AmCham Singapore has been a leading advocate for the CPTPP as the agreement negotiated provides the foundation for implementing the high standards needed to further economic growth and development in the Asia-Pacific region and represents the future of sustainable international trade. The CPTPP will simplify trade, support investment, facilitate the internationalization of small and medium enterprises (“SMEs”), and instill market confidence.


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