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  Why the Malaysian Parliament Should Rejectthe TPPA in the Public Interest
by Jomo K.S.
 
 
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Malaysia’s Parliament has a rare opportunity to do the right thing – to unite across party lines to protect the public interest for present as well as future generations of Malaysians. The prevailing presumption in the US is that for the Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement (TPPA) to come into effect, it must first be ratified by national legislatures, including the Malaysian Parliament and the US Congress.

 
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