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TTIP Stakeholder Survey 2014: Atlantic Council & Bertelsmann Foundation

In the wake of the recently concluded stock-taking meeting between EU Trade Commissioner Karel De Gucht and United States Trade Representative Michael Froman, the Bertelsmann Foundation and the Atlantic Council invite you to participate in a stakeholder survey on your views of the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP) and the sticking points in the negotiations. The results will serve as a follow-up to the data presented in our March 2013 publication, Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP): Ambitious, but...

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Negotiators meet for the third round of Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP) talks

December 17, 2013 -- U.S. and EU teams met today in Washington D.C. for the first day of the third round of negotiations on the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP) Negotiators responsible for services, government procurement, energy and raw materials, sanitary and phytosanitary barriers, intellectual property rights, labor and trade issues, textiles, small- and medium-sized enterprises, regulatory coherence, and sectoral regulatory approaches began their work on Monday, and will hold additional meetings other days this week. You may also be...

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EU & US Conclude Second Round of TTIP Negotiations in Brussels

The EU and US today concluded the second round of week-long negotiations for the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership. A good atmosphere and the active involvement of regulators from both sides meant significant progress was made. “I am glad to see that we are now fully back on track with the EU-US trade talks”, said EU Trade Commissioner Karel De Gucht. “We are making good and steady progress across the broad range of issues we need to tackle to make...

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EU & US to Hold 2nd Round of Trade Negotiations (TTIP) in Brussels on 11-15 November

The EU and the US today announced they will hold a second round of the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP) talks in Brussels from Monday 11th – Friday 15th November 2013. The week-long round of negotiations replaces the talks originally scheduled for 7th-11th October but which were postponed due to the shutdown of the US government. This round of negotiations will now put the TTIP discussion process fully back on track in terms of the planned negotiation timeline. The...

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Remarks by President Obama and Prime Minister Reinfeldt of Sweden in Joint Press Conference on TTIP

September 04, 2013 | Rosenbad Stockholm, Sweden | 2:45 P.M. CEST PRIME MINISTER REINFELDT:  It’s a great honor and pleasure for me to welcome President Barack Obama to Sweden.  As you all know, this is a historic event -- the first bilateral visit ever by a President of the United States to Sweden. We have had a very constructive meeting.  There are many reasons why the relationship between the United States and Sweden is special.  Many Swedes emigrated to the United States...

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EU & U.S. conclude first round of TTIP negotiations in Washington

The first week-long round of talks for an EU-U.S. Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP) comes to a closure today in Washington. “It’s been a very productive week,” said EU Chief Negotiator Ignacio Garcia-Bercero coming out of the talks. “We have been striving already for many months to prepare the ground for an ambitious trade and investment deal that will boost the transatlantic economy, delivering jobs and growth for both European and Americans. This week we have been able to...

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