TTIP: Winning Back Trust. The EU Commission should take concrete steps to address the public’s concerns

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Series Details 02.03.15
Publication Date 02/03/2015
ISSN 2191-4869
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The Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership, if signed, would create the world’s largest economic zone. But its supporters face a credibility problem: ever more Europeans, especially Germans, see in TTIP a threat to their way of life, and to democracy – a 'secret treaty' that protects corporate interests while undermining high European standards for the environment, health and consumer protection. Here are five issues the EU Commission and German government must address to win back public trust.

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ESO: Key Source: Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP)
ESO: Background information: TTIP: A Chance for Europe. The criticism on TTIP is widespread but is it justified? Explanations on central issues
EUObserver [Opinion], 19.03.15: TTIP: Winning the regulatory battle, losing the communications war
EurActiv, 14.04.15: EU: ‘Communicating TTIP begins at home’
EurActiv, 16.04.15: TTIP still a hard sell in Paris
EurActiv, 20.04.15: Thousands across Europe protest against TTIP

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