Negotiating the Future of Property Markets: The TPP and Commercial Real Estate

Negotiating the Future of Property Markets: The TPP and Commercial Real Estate


May 2016

The Trans-Pacific Partnership—commonly referred to as the TPP—is a large regional trade deal that was negotiated between 12 Pacific Rim countries. Trade agreements are important to real estate markets because they facilitate the exchange of goods and services. In addition, such agreements can potentially alter where goods and services are produced and raise incomes. If ratified, the TPP will significantly impact economies around the Pacific Rim, with corresponding effects in property markets.

Keywords: CBRE, Trans-Pacific Partnership, TPP, Pacific Rim, trade, GDP


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