Transparency

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.

23 May 2014

MEPs suspicious as Commission fails to respond to TTIP questions

Parliamentary questions left unanswered as European Elections get underway across Europe. more

23 May 2014

‘Lies’ : Elections, outbursts and EU-US free trade talks

Manchester Policy Blogs: The European Elections have continued to put advocates of the deal on the defensive, but it has not prompted any fundamental shift in their position. more

22 May 2014

German Greens call on Schulz and Juncker to clarify their TTIP stances

Leading Commission candidates cannot be pro and anti the EU-US deal says German Green MEPs more

21 May 2014

Who is lying, Commissioner De Gucht?

Targeting the Greens might play well with some business leaders in Brussels, but you have hundreds of civil society groups to answer to, too. more

19 May 2014

TTIP will mean higher standards for financial services? The opposite is true.

Pressure from the European financial industry to be included in the deal is at the expense of stability and our citizens. more

16 May 2014

Council fails to agree on release of EU TTIP mandate

Decision further demonstrates the lack of commitment to full transparency in the talks more

25 March 2014

No progress points to one thing: no need.

Both sides cannot compromise, nor should they. So lets quit while we’re ahead. more

17 March 2014

Transparency calls grow louder, and with good reason.

Commission & USTR public charm offensive on trade deal fails to reassure. more

11 March 2014

All Give and No Take

Do those negotiating the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership have any interest in democracy? Here’s a test. more

08 March 2014

REVEALED: EU position exposed in first leak by Green MEPs on secret EU-US TTIP negotiations

German MEPs Ska Kellar, Rebecca Harms, and Sven Giegold leak position paper in German in the name of transparency more

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