Trans Pacific Partnership
The Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) was a 12-country trade deal that would have set rules for 40% of the global economy. Negotiated behind closed doors for more than 5 years, the completed text was made public in November of 2015, drawing immediate outcry for what was seen as rules that heavily favored corporate interests over the public good.
The United States formally withdrew from the controversial deal in January of 2017.
Learn more about how the TPP would have impacted you here.