Upgraded website promotes access to CPTPP information hinh anh 1The website on the CPTPP has been upgraded to boost people and businesses' access to relevant information (Photo: screenshot of the website)

Hanoi (VNA) – The Ministry of Industry and Trade has upgraded the website on the Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership (CPTPP) to help people and businesses gain a better insight into the major deal to which Vietnam is a signatory.

The website, http://cptpp.moit.gov.vn, provides an overview of the CPTPP, the full text of the agreement in both English and Vietnamese, implementation plans of the Government, ministries, sectors and localities, along with legal documents revised or issued to carry out the pact.

It explains Vietnam’s main commitments relevant to goods, services-investment, Government procurement, intellectual property, labour, and State-owned enterprises.

Other CPTPP members’ commitments relating to the commodities Vietnam has strength in are also listed on this website.

Additionally, the website also posts reference documents, including studies on the CPTPP conducted by some countries and international organisations, along with some frequently asked questions.

The ministry said it will continue updating news, implementation plans, new legal documents, and relevant papers on this website, thereby helping businesses and people optimise opportunities created by the CPTPP. 

The CPTPP, which officially took effect in Vietnam on January 14, gathers 11 member states, namely Australia, Brunei, Canada, Chile, Japan, Malaysia, Mexico, New Zealand, Peru, Singapore, and Vietnam that altogether make up 13.5 percent of the global GDP.-VNA