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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 Achievable (A Stakeholder Survey and Three Scenarios).

This new survey is being sent to TTIP stakeholders in public and private-sector institutions in the United States and Europe. By comparing the results with those from our previous survey, we aim to determine if attitudes towards the TTIP have shifted and if sectorial issues are seen as more―or less―difficult or important to concluding an overall agreement. Your responses will be kept confidential. The survey should take no longer than five minutes to complete.

To participate, please click here

The survey results will be presented in Brussels just prior to the next US-EU summit.

Please do not hesitate to contact Garrett Workman at  gworkman@AtlanticCouncil.org, Kara Sutton at  kara.sutton@bfna.org or Josh Stanton at  joshua.stanton@bfna.org if you require further information.

Thank you in advance for your time and participation.