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Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung expressed hope for early conclusion of negotiations with the US on the Trans-Pacific Partnership (PPP) deal while meeting US Trade Representative Michael Froman in Hanoi. Though difficulties remain ahead, especially in contents regarding market, services and investment, government procurement,

intellectual property, State-owned enterprises and labour, the PM noted that the two sides have made long steps forward in the spirit of straightforwardness, sincerity, constructiveness, good will and cooperation.

He also repeated the Vietnamese government’s request at a recent meeting with President Barack Obama that the US take into consideration Viet Nam’s development level in order to reach a balanced and flexible TPP pact that not only benefits TPP member states but also propels the sustainable and long-term comprehensive partnership between Viet Nam and the US. The host thanked the US for its promise to provide capacity-building and technical assistance in TPP enforcement and stated that Viet Nam is consistent in seriously implementing all of its commitments.

Sharing hope for early TTP talk conclusion, Froman said the US keeps a consistent view on balanced interests while accepting certain exceptions, giving a transitional period for Viet Nam in realising the pact’s commitments.

The US is willing to offer capacity building and technical assistance to Viet Nam in implementing the TPP, he said. The representative said both sides should thoroughly consider and tackle existing differences to prevent any obstacles from arising in the process of TPP enforcement.