EU plans a sustainable TTIP
The European commission wants sustainable development, labour and environment provisions included the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP) agreement it is negotiating with the US.With the talks on the bilateral deal continuing, the commission is proposing a chapter on trade and sustainable development. This would aim to establish high standards for labour and the environment a
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