Ripping into TTIP? Debates Surrounding the Upcoming EU–U.S. Negotiations

Maya Rostowska
Content Type
Policy Brief
The Polish Institute of International Affairs
The outcome of negotiations for a transatlantic trade deal depends largely on the stance of politicians and stakeholders in the EU and the U.S. An overview of the debate on either side of the Atlantic reveals both sides' respective interests and suggests which areas will prove particularly difficult to negotiate. These include public procurement provisions, data privacy, agricultural issues, and the financial services sector.
Agriculture, International Trade and Finance, Markets, Treaties and Agreements
Political Geography
United States