One of the pros of the Trans-Pacific Partnership is elimination of tariffs and commercially meaningful market
access for U.S. products exported to Trans-Pacific Partnership countries. This in theory, reduces or eliminates multiple tariffs across all members of the TPP, thus stimulating the incentives to import/export across partner nations. This reduction in cost per product would, again in theory, be passed onto the consumer by reducing the cost per product. Why do you agree or disagree with this statement?
I agree with this statement.A reduction of tariffs removes the barriers of trade between nations. This makes trade easier... View the full answer