The full text of the Trans Pacific Partnership Agreement (TPPA) has been released just as the government always said it would be.
The usual suspects, at least some of whom are opposed to any trade, will continue their opposition. Some might even trawl through all of its 6,000 pages to base their opposition on something which is actually in the agreement.
But one of the measures of the importance of being in this particular tent was what happened soon after the 12 countries to it reached their agreement.
Indonesia said it wants to join and the EU approached New Zealand to start negotiations on a Free Trade Agreement.
The TPPA is not perfect but we have too much to lose by not being part of it and enough to gain by signing up to make it worthwhile.