Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP) Negotiations: Draft of European Union's service and investment offerThe Information Presented In This publication belongs to the Negotiations of the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP), a free trade agreement Between the European Union and the United States.
The document is the EU's offer Regarding services and investment, Presented on the 26th of May 2014. In particular it is a list of reservations outlining Where the EU is not going to allow full access to the US market, or offer equal national treatment, in respect of services of various classes. This draft is up for comments in the European Commission today, 13th of June, and on the following 30th of june.
ACCORDING TO ITS Proponents, the agreement opens a way for economic growth and job creation in the participating nations. On the other hand, critics argue That it IMPLIES to deregulation of key markets That limits the capacity of national Governments acting in Favour of big business. The lack of transparency surrounding the Negotiations have Been a subject of discontent on Both Sides of the Atlantic.
Because of This, in an effort to Increase transparency over an agreement That Affects the lives of Countless people, the AWP is esta publishing and broadcasting equipment for analysis by the media.
Negotiations Transatlantic Partnership for Trade and Investment (ACTI): draft agreement on services and investment in the EUThe information presented in this publication belongs to the framework of the negotiations of the Transatlantic Partnership for Trade and Investment (ACTI, or by its acronym in English TTIP) free trade agreement between the European Union and the United States.
In it, the EU offer on the issue of investment services and detailed, presented on 26 May 2014. In particular, referring to reservations that the EU would have on the sectors in which the treaty would not include the full access to the specific market. The draft should be discussed at the European Commission today, June 13th, and 30th of June.
To its proponents, the success of the ACTI negocaciones implies the possibility of economic benefit and job creation for signatory nations. But to his critics, lead to a deregulation of key markets that would eventually limit the scope of national governments in favor of large companies. It has repeatedly criticized the lack of transparency with which negotiations have been held.
Therefore, in an effort to increase transparency on an agreement that affects the lives of countless people, AWP publishes this material for broadcast and analysis by the media.
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