US Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer reiterated on Sunday that the United States re-engage on the Trans-Pacific partnership.
icipation in a meeting of the Ministers of the Asia-Pacific Economic cooperation (APEC) countries, in Vietnam, Lighthizer said that the U.S. preferred bilateral, and multi-cultural trade agreement, Reuters reported.
There are 11 other countries involved with the TPP trade deal are now.
Lighthizer, who added, agreed with the President of Trump’s decision to leave the agreement, that the exit from TPP to imply that the United States will not be involved.
“The United States pulled out of the TPP and the decision is not going to change. This does not mean that we engage in this region,” Lightizer said.
The rest of the countries held their highest-level talks on Sunday and announced that they look forward to the continuation of the trade business without US involvement, the news Agency reported.
New Zealand Trade Minister Todd McClay told reporters that the friction of the countries “, to suggestions on how to get to the TPP forward in November.”
On January 23, Trump under an executive order withdrawing the United States from any involvement in the TPP-trade-deal.