General introduction

TTIP covers many issues that impact citizens across the EU and USA. In this section you'll find articles, analysis and opinion pieces covering a range of concerns, themes and issues. Use the filter buttons to choose particular themes or languages.

09 July 2015

TTIP resolution pushed through, as dishonesty wins the day in the European Parliament

Final vote comes to 436 in favour, 241 against, with citizen concerns largely dropped from text. more

24 June 2015

Bruised ‘Fast-track’ scrapes past US Senate, as outcry mirrored on both sides of the Atlantic

US Congress and European Parliament both wide-awake to trade concerns more

10 June 2015

Accusations fly as EPP & S&D exchange fire over TTIP-vote postponement, but both are to blame.

In the end, citizens won’t be fooled by political posturing argues Yannick Jadot, INTA coordinator, more

05 June 2015

Distorted facts, blatant lies: business group's big push to get ISDS through

Emails by lobby firm BUSINESSEUROPE to MEPs sowing disinformation ahead of crucial TTIP vote more

27 May 2015

Author of German ISDS-reform report criticises stance of Commission & German Ministry.

Smoke and mirrors “reform” agenda sowing confusion – clearing way for ISDS in TTIP. more

06 May 2015

Commission scrambles to hold on to ISDS, as never-ending “consultation process” set to continue.

Public rejection of exclusive investor-rights not deterring plans to fix the unfixable. more

29 April 2015

The three myths of TTIP and some alternatives

A huge leap toward to fair green economy is needed. TTIP moves us in the opposite direction. more

28 April 2015

Global Day of Action against TTIP, CETA and TiSA

Greens joined hundreds of rallies staged worldwide as citizens say NO to controversial trade deals more

27 April 2015

Report on SMEs and TTIP deeply flawed

Business network survey not sufficient proof TTIP presents only positives for small companies. more

22 April 2015

MEPs vote against liberalisation of culture, media and education through TTIP

Helga Trüpel Vice-President of the Culture and Education Committee remarks on the CULT opinion, and is keeping a watchful eye on the next vote at the International Trade Committee more

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