"It's got to be the right deal for all those countries involved. The next president of the United States is appealing to have a different view on in-session trade agreements, all of them has to think again. We've got to make sure that people feel their jobs, their ways of lives are secured," Lloyd said on the sidelines of the ENES 2016 forum in Moscow.
The TPP would join the United States with 11 Pacific Rim nations in a deal to lower tariffs and other trade barriers on thousands of goods and services. The participant countries in the TPP account for about 40 percent of the global economy.
TPP critics have argued that the trade deal will only benefit multinational corporations while eroding the US manufacturing sector. Critics also claim the agreement will weaken safety regulations and undermine labor, environmental and human rights.