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'Massive Body Blow' for CETA as EU Trade Ministers Postpone Vote
"CETA is hitting the rocks because it is bad trade deal that only favors corporations," says Paul de Clerck of Friends of the Earth Europe
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Posting New Secret Trade Docs, Wikileaks Further Exposes Corporate Plot
'Despite its importance both the US Presidential candidates Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump have thus far given no position on the TISA Agreement.'
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Following Public Pressure, José Bové, Noted Anti-Globalization Activist, Allowed to Stay in Canada
Bové, a member of Eureopean Parliament, was detained for several hours at Montreal airport Tuesday; then forced back to France Wednesday
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Marking 10 Years, WikiLeaks Says 'October Surprises' Coming...Soon
'Our upcoming series includes significant material on war, arms, oil, Google, the U.S. elections, and myself,' said Julian Assange on Tuesday
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In Boon for Big Pharma, TTIP Would Lock In High Drug Prices: Report
'Unfortunately, trade agreements have become one more mechanism for drug corporations to expand their monopoly power'
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TTP & TTIP: Map Shows How Trade Deals Would Enable 'Polluter Power-Grab'
The new, interactive tool 'gives people a chance to see if toxic trade is in their own backyard'
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As CETA Advances, Reports Warn Deal Will Ruin Economies, Cement Corporate Power
Germany's minority Social Democratic Party backs trade agreement despite 300,000-strong protest on Saturday
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With TPP on Ropes, It's Corporate Power vs. People Power on Capitol Hill
Statements from Sen. Orrin Hatch suggest lame-duck Senate vote is not off the table
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Prominent Scholars Decry TPP's "Frontal Attack" on Law and Democracy
"Today's letter from top legal experts makes clear: ISDS undermines the American judicial system and tilts the playing field further in favor of big multinational corporations"
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TPP Would Make Climate Goals 'Nearly Impossible' to Reach: Report
Conflicts between environmentalists and trade advocates will become more frequent, the report warns—and more often than not, trade will win out
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