Supply chain radar: UK-Australia FTA damp squib – more spin over substance
A story of two divorces.
A set of simple yet effective infographics on the largest trade agreement in history – the Trans-Pacific Partnership. One of the most interesting charts is on GDP growth as a result of the agreement – Vietnam should gain a weighty 10.5%. Key industries which will see an impact include pharmaceuticals, auto parts, apparel, hi-tech and heavy manufacturing. Take a quick look to find out who and what is affected.
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