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[–] Momerath 0 points 17 points (+17|-0) ago 

Are there any resources that show who is getting money for supporting TPP, or which industries are giving money for political support of the deal?

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[–] Jazzy 0 points 19 points (+19|-0) ago 

I decided to compile the scribd list into something a little more readable. It appears Goldman Sachs is the largest contributor, at $195,550, where the average contribution is around $18,000. There are many global corporations like Coca Cola, eBay.. It seems like shipping companies, pharmaceuticals, mass media, and tech companies make up a lot of the list.


ACLI $25,000 AFLAC $21,500, American Apparel $2,000, Archer Daniels Midland $1,000, APL $2,500,

Biotech Industry $4,500, Boeing $39,360, Caterpillar $28,000, Chubb $8,500, Citigroup $42,700,

Coca-Cola $40,950, Chevron $21,000, Disney $21,200, DOW $20,100,

Ebay $12,500, Exxon $18,500, Facebook $17,500, FedEx $42,500, Fluor $7,500,

Ford $34,025, GE $36,500, GM $7,500, *Goldman Sachs $195,550, Halliburton $17,000,

Herbalife $2,600, HP $5,275, Intel $21,350, JCPenny $2,500, Johnson & Johnson $12,500, Metlife $31,000, Microsoft $11,500, Monsanto $20,000,

Morgan Stanley $34,800, Motion Pictures Association $3,500, Northrup Grumman $35,950, Novartis $17,000, Oracle $9,000,

Pfizer $35,950, PhRMA $14,500, PPG $2,600, Proctor & Gamble $14,900, Quallcomm $7,000, Target $14,500, Telecomm $10,500, Time Warner $14,000, Toyota $3,000,

UPS $85,950, VIACOM $11,600, Xerox $6,000, Walmart $25,261,

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[–] Momerath 0 points 3 points (+3|-0) ago 

These are great. Thanks.

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[–] Jazzy 0 points 6 points (+6|-0) ago  (edited ago)

Amongst others it is natural resources like gas, oil and coal.

edit; shipping, pharmaceuticals, media, tech and investment firms.