In a report by the BBC on the Trans Pacific Partnership (TPP) (see here), near the top there is a link to a video which starts by showing the flags of the 12 nations that are involved:
Then, near the end of the article, it is stated that:
The member countries of the TPP account for some 40% of the global economy and include Australia, Canada, Chile, Japan, Malaysia, Mexico, New Zealand, Peru, Singapore, the United States and Vietnam.
Given that eleven countries are listed, why not the twelfth country, Brunei Darussalam?
I know that Brunei is small, but it still seems bizarre to omit it when all the other participant countries are listed.