After years of negotiation the Trans Pacific Partnership Agreement has been ratified by the 12 participating countries. The deal, worth billions and encompassing 40 percent of the world’s economy, still needs to be approved by each nation’s parliament. Here in Australia, key sticking points are Investor-State Dispute Settlement provisions which could see our government sued for introducing policy decisions that harm their investments.

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