In a translated job article title “TPP Will Destroy Jobs in all Partner Countries”( http://www.pressreader.com/mexico/el-economista-mexico/20160119/281724088557322/TextView), future projections made by Tufts University are analyzed. One of the first and most impactful projections is that Mexico will lose 78,000 jobs within the first 10 years of being in the TPP, while still achieving a .98% growth within the same time period. In continuation, the article suggests that every member of the TPP would experience job loss to some degree as a “result of the application of the standards and trade liberalization that establishes the agreement”. The article projects that Mexico would rank second in jobs lost, losing only to the United States. Do these projections seem plausible? Would these countries agreed to the TPP if such job loss was imminent? If correct, what measures can be taken to counteract these negative outcomes?