All Articles on TTIP

There are several reasons that trade negotiations initiated in the Obama administration for a Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP) broke down even before the 2016 U.S. elections. (Photo: greensefa/flickr/cc) Views
Food Standards on the Menu at U.S.-EU Talks
Bottom line: The U.S. won’t be able to guarantee European consumers that imported food products meet EU standards
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By Signing CETA with Justin Trudeau, the EU Isn’t Undermining Donald Trump – They’re Helping Him
A trade deal with Canada seems an urgent necessity in this brave new world. But, 40,000 of the biggest US corporations have subsidiaries in Canada which could use CETA to sue European governments
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Breaking Free of Trump's Trap on Trade and Jobs
Why progressives, not Trump, should be leading charge on manufacturing and outsourcing
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The CETA Vote: Will the European Parliament Learn From BREXIT and Trump?
Our tour across Europe on Selling Off the Farm Corporate Meat’s Takeover Through TTIP and its links to the EU-Canada Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement (CETA) launched on November 29 at the European Parliament. IATP’s Senior Advisor, Sharon Treat, Waldemar Fortuna from the Polish...
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Angela Merkel Sounds Death Knell for TTIP—But Don't Thank Donald Trump
'The best way to defeat [Trump] is to to stop these trade deals and build a democratic economy that works for everyone'
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Trade, Democracy, and the Politics of Backlash
On why there has never been a greater need to quash the global corporate agenda.
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Wallonia Has Shown Us the Way to Stop CETA and TTIP
In just under a week, the citizens of the small Belgian state of Wallonia, who dared to challenge the giants of the global big business world and Brussels by blocking the signing of CETA, have been reigned in to order. Europe and Canada will thus go back to the table for the signing, at least...
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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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TTIP May be Dead, But We’re Still Facing TTIP by the Back Door
The architects of the current wave of trade deals have embarked on a desperate ploy to salvage something from the death of their flagship treaty. Sacrificing the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership or TTIP in order to get CETA (the close relation of TTIP, a deal between the EU and Canada...
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'The World Must Jettison Neoliberal Ideology': A Globalization Wake-Up Call
If recent mainstream economic reports are to be taken seriously, some of the big brains managing global capitalism these days are starting to lose faith in their neoliberal ideology . Some come close to sounding like virtual heretics -- like Jonathan Ostry, the IMF's deputy director of research and...
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