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Partnership in transatlantic trade and investment?

A critique of TTIP

The negotiations between EU and US on a Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP) are in full swing. The project is not only intended to reduce tariffs between the world economy’s two biggest trading blocs; its primary aim is to dismantle and/or harmonise a wide spectrum of regulations. Investment liberalisation and protection also will be central issues. The EuroMemo 2014 contains a special chapter on TTIP, which is republished here.


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