17 July 2014

EU Trade Policy: analysing the impact of TTIP

A report by Adria Belenguer for the Green European Foundation more

15 July 2014

TTIP: Tipped out

Unite Trade Union Document on TTIP more

13 July 2014


The Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP) is under negotiation. This report provides a detailed overview of EU-US agricultural trade. It analyses current barriers to trade, paying special attention to non-tariff measures. This information is then used in a computable general equilibrium model of international trade to assess the potential impact of the TTIP on agri-food exports, imports and value added. This study also includes a general discussion on the opportunities and risks of a TTIP for the EU agricultural sector. more

03 July 2014

TTIP: Please Do Not Disturb

European Green Party TTIP Booklet more

29 May 2014

Choosing between Europe and the TTIP

Pierre Defraigne, Executive Director, Madariaga – College of Europe Foundation more

23 May 2014

10 reasons TTIP is bad for good food and farming

Institute of Agriculture and Trade Policy (USA) more

05 May 2014

Communication of the results of the TTIP economic impact assessment

Dear Commissioner De Gucht,
The possible effects of the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP) currently un-der negotiation are an important matter for public debate. It is essential that the expected conse-quences of an agreement are communicated clearly and in easily understandable language to Europe’s citizens to enable and encourage this debate. People need to be well informed about the range of possible outcomes. more

21 February 2014

Promises and Perils of the TTIP

TTIP affects a broad range of issues, from energy to the environment, and intellectual property rights to labor rights. The agreement could also have a significant impact on the evolution of agricultural markets and food systems in the U.S. and EU. Unfortunately, little concrete information is known about the content of the TTIP proposals, since the governments involved have stated that they will not publish draft text more