The Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans Pacific
Partnership (CPTPP) is an enormous (roughly 6,000-page) treaty
between Australia, Brunei, Canada, Chile, Japan, Malaysia, Mexico, New
Zealand, Peru, Singapore and Vietnam that was signed in Chile on
March 8, 2018. So far, only Mexico and Japan have ratified it. CPTPP is almost
identical to the original TPP, which included those 11 countries plus
the United States.