Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership texts

The full text of the Agreement, Cabinet papers, statements, OIA releases and the National Interest Analysis are available to read and download.

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Download the CPTPP text [PDF, 185 KB] 

The annex of the CPTPP text above indicates the provisions in the Agreement’s Chapters that have been suspended and therefore will not apply between the Parties.

 Zip file of the CPTPP text and all 30 chapters (excluding annexes) [ZIP, 5.6 MB]


  • The CPTPP is a Treaty incorporating, by reference, the provisions of the original Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) signed by Ministers on 4 February 2016 in Auckland, New Zealand, with certain provisions suspended. 
    • CPTPP text, setting out the incorporations and suspensions
    • Zip file of all 30 chapters, listed separately below

Chapters incorporated into the CPTPP

Annexes to the Chapters

Chapter 2 (National Treatment and Market Access for Goods)

Chapter 3 (Rules of Origin and Origin Procedures)

Chapter 4 (Textile and Apparel Goods)

Chapter 12 (Temporary Entry for Business Persons)

Chapter 15 (Government Procurement)

Annexes to the Agreement

Annex I - Cross-Border Trade in Services and Investment Non-Conforming Measures

Annex II - Cross-Border Trade in Services and Investment Non-Conforming Measures

Annex III – Financial Services Non-Conforming Measures

Annex IV – State-Owned Enterprises and Designated Monopolies Non-Conforming Measures

Side Instruments

In the context of the Agreement, New Zealand has agreed side instruments with a number of other CPTPP Parties on a range of issues. These are also sometimes referred to as side letters.

Side instruments agreed by all CPTPP Parties

Side instruments signed by New Zealand and other Parties

Rules of procedure for disputes and associated code of conduct for arbitrators

CPTPP Implementation - CPTPP Commission decisions

Other documents


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