After four years and two new trade agreements, Asia`s response seems to be an unequivocal yes. A version of the treaty text “subject to legal review” was published by potential contracting parties on 5 November 2015.  Parts of the draft comprehensive agreements have been disclosed to the public in advance.  Many of the provisions contained in the leaked documents are imbued with previous trade agreements. [Citation required] Under the RCEP, the parts of all Member States would be treated in the same way, which could encourage companies in RCEP countries to look for suppliers in the commercial region. It is also the first multilateral trade agreement for China, the first bilateral tariff reduction agreement between Japan and China, and China, Japan and South Korea are in a single free trade agreement for the first time. President Barack Obama has defended the Trans-Pacific Trade Pact to oppose China, which is writing global trade rules for the 21st century. But days after taking office, President Trump withdrew the United States from the agreement and imposed tariffs on trading partners and sparked a trade war with China. Premier Li Keqiang, China`s second-highest official after Xi Jinping, led the Beijing event. In a statement published by state media, he called the pact a “victory for multilateralism and free trade.” In July, the Chinese authorities announced that ASEAN countries will become China`s largest trading partner, after a 10- and 5% decline in China`s trade with the United States and the European Union, respectively. State media pointed to the statistics as evidence that China`s economy was diversified and well off in the face of a bloody trade war with Trump, frosty relations with Europe and the shock of the coronavirus pandemic.
The White House cited statements of support from the World Wildlife Fund, the Nature Conservancy, the Humane Society, the Wildlife Conservation Society, Defenders of Wildlife, the International Fund for Animals, Global Animal Protection and other environmental groups for the TPP.   The Peterson Institute for International Economics argues that the TPP is “the most environmentally friendly trade agreement ever negotiated.”  With respect to ISDS, IPIE analysts note that there is little evidence of environmental policy restrictions arising from ISDS disputes.  There were conflicting arguments as to whether or not the TPP would like to strengthen trade liberalization.