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Transatlantic Economic Council may take on TTIP regulatory cooperation work

January 3, 2018 at 4:55 PM
Regulatory cooperation between the United States and European Union could continue under the auspices of the Transatlantic Economic Council while Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership negotiations remain dormant, but the future of the TEC remains in limbo due in part to unfilled key positions in the Trump administration, according to a European Commission report published last month. The future of the TEC -- established in 2007 to reduce trans-Atlantic regulatory barriers -- “will in essence be a political decision,” the...

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