Intel's statement on the close of the Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement
Today the United States came together with 11 other countries to finalize the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) Agreement in Atlanta, Georgia. “This is a significant step toward advancing global innovation and opening doors around the world for American businesses. Intel commends Ambassador Froman and the entire U.S. interagency negotiating team for their efforts to open markets and set high standards for our country – and our global economy. TPP has the potential to support America’s high-tech industry through critical intellectual property protections, limits on using encryption standards as a barrier to trade and localization policy rules of the road.”
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