However, the US and Canada have already released official statements trumpeting this historical deal. Take a look:
From the DoD:
Trans-Pacific Partnership: Officials claim it's a win for auto sector
Auto Parts Manufacturing Association of Canada calls deal 'reasonable'
CBC News Oct 05, 2015
The Trans-Pacific Partnership is a win for the Canadian auto sector, say government officials after negotiating that 40-45 per cent of imported cars and auto parts be made in one of 12 TPP countries.
Foreign affairs officials claimed Monday they had "protected the auto sector" in the new deal with 11 other Pacific Rim countries, stipulating 45 per cent of imported vehicles and core parts will originate in a TPP country; and 40 per cent of other auto parts will have to originate in a TPP country.
Under the North American Free Trade Agreement, the rule is that 62.5 per cent of the value of cars and 60 per cent on auto parts imported from a NAFTA country must be made within the NAFTA region.
"Let's be absolutely frank and clear. Canada's automotive sector is an export-based industry," Prime Minister Stephen Harper said in a TPP briefing to reporters in Ottawa. "Our view is the rules that we've achieved mean that our automobile industry is going to have unprecedented access to the global market."...