Le TTIP/TAFTA incorporera l'UE dans un Empire transatlantique Solidarité et Progrès En cette période électorale, la Commission européenne est d'une discrétion extrême autour des négociations de l'accord commercial transatlantique (Transatlantic...
Paris, 11 November 2013 — While the second negotiation round of the US-EU Trade Agreement, TAFTA (also known as TTIP), has just started, La Quadrature du Net issues a solemn warning to all negotiators against the risk ...
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USTR Wants More Transparency In Drawing Up EU Regulations -- But Not In ... Techdirt As we've noted many times before, one of the biggest problems with TAFTA/TTIP and TPP is the almost complete lack of transparency about the negotiations.
One of the key problems with TAFTA/TTIP is the same one that plagued ACTA and has recently been highlighted with TPP: the complete lack of any meaningful transparency.
However much the negotiators may claim that transparency is important to them, there's no evidence to support that view.
Or perhaps the politicians think the existence of conferences like one being held in Brussels next January provide enough opportunities for anyone who wants to convey their views to the EU's Chief Negotiator, say. He'll be attending, along with several other senior European Commission officials, according to the program.
Unlike many overpriced conferences, the costs for this one seem quite reasonable: it charges less for NGOs and not-for-profit organizations than for corporate visitors, and will try to accommodate those who can't afford even that:
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