Urging IPEF negotiators to deliver agreements that allow for greater ambition in the future, AAIP’s latest IPEF report makes compelling closing arguments as the 6th round of negotiations kicks off in Kuala Lumpur.
This AAIP report comes at a pivotal time for the ongoing trade negotiations for the Indo-Pacific Economic Framework for Prosperity (IPEF). The report calls on the United States and its Indo-Pacific partners to ensure the IPEF agreement commits to long-term trade and economic engagement well into the future.
The IPEF agreement can play an important role in supporting future economic growth and innovation in the U.S. and the Indo-Pacific region. Meeting this worthy goal requires strong IPEF digital rules. This AAIP paper takes a close look at the IPEF digital trade chapter and makes key recommendations to IPEF negotiators.
This AAIP report provides detailed IPEF recommendations for all four IPEF pillars and builds on AAIP’s previous submission of IPEF recommendations from November 2022.
This AAIP discussion paper examines enhanced models of public-private cooperation that can be undertaken to support IPEF’s objectives across the region.
The American Association of the Indo-Pacific (AAIP) commends the progress made in the Indo-Pacific Economic Framework (IPEF) negotiations this week at the IPEF Ministerial in San Francisco.
The American Association of the Indo-Pacific (AAIP) has sent an urgent letter to Ambassador Katherine Tai, the United States Trade Representative, raising deep concerns over the USTR announcement last week that it has withdrawn its support for core proposals in the World Trade Organization e-commerce negotiations.
Says agreements must be future-proofed to allow greater ambition Washington, D.C., October 15, 2023 — Today, the American Association of the Indo-Pacific (AAIP) released a report at the beginning of what may be the final round of IPEF negotiations in Kuala Lumpur.