Jeffery Sachs discusses the TPP and says it is too flawed for a 'yes' vote

Sachs highlights the shortcomings of the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) and argues that the current draft of the TPP is "not worthy" of a 'yes' vote when it goes up for consideration. Sachs further notes that the TPP ultimately aims to secure four primary deals: 1) A free-trade deal among its signatories 2) A set of regulatory standards for trade 3) Regulations for investors, intellectual property, and 4) A set of standards on labor and the environment. Following the mention of  each "deal," Sachs outlines the ways in which the deals are fundamentally flawed. You can read the full article here.