RCEP

Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership (ASEAN+6)

Manila Times | 3-Aug-2018
Labor unions and workers’ rights advocates fear that the secretive RCEP agreement will further erode workers’ rights in the Asian region, while strengthening the hands of investors who may be able to sue governments for changing laws such as setting minimum wages, that would erode their profitability.
Bangkok Post | 24-Jul-2018
The Thai government is about to enter a trade deal that could seriously harm the reform agenda and deprive communities of the ability to make decisions for fear of violating investors’ rights.
Bangkok Post | 16-Jul-2018
Ahead of the 23rd round of negotiations for the Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership there has been growing concern over its investment chapters that will let foreign investors’ benefits overrride public interests.
Friends of the Earth Australia | 3-May-2018
The ISDS system impedes on national sovereignty to the benefit of corporations, yet places no obligations on investors to behave responsibly, creating an asymmetric system that gives multinationals the same rights as sovereign states.
Strategic Review | 5-Jan-2018
After 30 years of neoliberal globalization, it has been increasingly acknowledged that austerity, privatization, deregulation of finance, markets and corporations, and trade and investment liberalization have had a devastating and discriminatory impact on women.
The Diplomat | 17-Oct-2017
The RCEP has hidden costs for people’s lives
APWLD | 14-Oct-2017
RCEP will give multinational corporations unprecedented rights
People over Profit | 7-Sep-2017
Philippine civil society groups and social movements stand together to oppose RCEP
IBON | 16-Aug-2017
The more far-reaching implication of RCEP is for Philippines’s sovereignty in regulating foreign investments

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