banner pictop headerThe TPP – a trade agreement between the U.S. and 11 other Asia-Pacific countries – is the highest standard trade agreement in history. It offers the best opportunity to shape global trade rules to benefit U.S. workers and allow our exporters to compete on a level playing field with foreign competitors. With 40% of jobs tied to trade, Washington state stands to benefit significantly from this agreement.

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The WCIT and Association of Washington Business study, “Wins for Washington: Economic Impacts of the Trans-Pacific Partnership on Washington State,” found the TPP could increase Washington’s exports by $8.7 billion and create up to 26,000 jobs. Those are some big wins for our state. Read the full study here.

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Visit wcit.org/tppvideo to watch and share videos on how trade benefits Washington workers, farmers, small businesses and residents.

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What’s in the TPP?

TPP & Washington State

Busting Common Myths About the TPP

Washington State Trade Success Stories

The Trans-Pacific Partnership: Improving the Way the World Trades slide presentation

Union Jobs in Washington Supported By Trade

Full text of the TPP

 

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For more information or to get involved, contact Eric Schinfeld at erics@wcit.org or 206.389.7273.