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INTA Chair Says Slow Progress Puts 2016 Conclusion Of TTIP In Doubt

December 17, 2015 at 9:33 PM
NAIROBI, Kenya -- The head of the European Parliament's International Trade (INTA) Committee has expressed serious doubt that the U.S.-EU free trade negotiations can be concluded in 2016, citing a lack of progress in key areas of the talks and a continued U.S. focus on securing congressional approval of the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP). Bernd Lange, a German member of the Socialists & Democrats, said there has been very little progress addressing the "hot potatoes" in the Transatlantic Trade and Investment...


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