January 23, 2014

Will U.S.-EU Trade Become Too Free?

Michaela Schiessl, Der Spiegel

The Associated Press

Opposition to the planned new trans-Atlantic free trade agreement is growing. So far, criticism has focused on the fact that the deal seems directed exclusively at economic interests. Now fears are growing that corporations will be given too much power.

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TAGGED: Trans-Atlantic Trade And Investment Partnership, Germany, Eurozone, Free Trade, Trade, Europe, United States

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