Comprehensive And Progressive Agreement For Trans-Pacific Partnership Amendment Act 2018

Note: This table concerns only the provisions of the Act in its original version. It is not amended to deal with subsequent amendments to this Act. In line with the conclusion of the Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement on Trans-Pacific Partnership (hereinafter referred to as “CPTPP”) signed on 8 March 2018 by 11 countries, including Japan, “The Draft Law partially amending the Law on the Development of Legislation on the Development of Related Legislation after the conclusion of the Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement” was approved by the House of Councilors and adopted today. This bill was submitted to the National Parliament on 27 March 2018. The draft law provides for the necessary amendments to the Law on the Development of Related Legislation following the conclusion of the Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement (hereinafter referred to as the “TPP Related Act”), which contains partial amendments to the Antimonopoly Act (AMA) in order to establish a voluntary system in the event of an alleged violation of WADA by agreement between the JFTC and the company (commitment procedure). Part THREE contains coordination amendments and the provision that comes into force. Note 1: In 2018, the agreement was viewed at the Australian Treaty Library on the AustLI website (www.austlii.edu.au). This order is made pursuant to Section 2 of the Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership Amendment Act 2018, on the advice and agreement of the Executive Council and on the recommendation of the Minister of Trade and Export Growth. Negotiations took place on 23 January 2018, participants agreed to suspend 22 points of the original TPP agreement. The meeting of the House of Representatives May 8, 2018 Presentation of the bill and discussion during the plenary session of the House of Representatives on May 11 Presentation of the reason for the presentation of the bill to the Cabinet Committee 23. Discussion and vote in committee May.24.

Vote in plenary session of the House of Representatives Deliberation in the House of Representatives June 1, 2018 Presentation of the bill and discussion in the plenary session of the House of Ministers June 14 Presentation of the bill and discussion in the cabinet committee June 28 Discussion and vote in committee June 29 Vote in the plenary session of the Chamber of Council II. Outline of the law adopted (see annex 1) 1. . . .

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