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Latest TPP leak shows US still pushing terrible DRM and copyright term proposals—and new threats arise | 17-October-2014

Electronic Frontier Foundation’s analysis of the new draft Trans-Pacific Partnership intellectual property chapter leaked by Wikileaks


Malaysia to push for FTA talks with EU | 17-October-2014

Malaysia is keen to push for talks on free trade agreement with the European Union, Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Abdul Razak told the 14th Asia-Europe Business Forum


Departing from TTIP and going plurilateral | 17-October-2014

European think-tank piece on how TTIP is designed to create a "transatlantic internal market" without the democracy.


Acuerdo Trans-Pacífico: consolidación de un sistema abusivo de patentes | 16-October-2014

Las negociaciones del Acuerdo de Asociación Transpacífico (TPP) siguen su curso sigilosamente y con una falta absoluta de transparencia. En mayo de este año se llevó a cabo la reunión para discutir el borrador del capítulo sobre propiedad intelectual.


Event report: TTIP on the defensive | 16-October-2014

Opponents of any agreement now control the agenda. This has become quickly apparent at an event in Berlin last week featuring leading stakeholders of the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership.


New leak of TPP consolidated text on intellectual property provides details of pandering to drug companies and publishers | 16-October-2014

KEI’s first impression in reading the document is the extent to which the United States has sought hundreds of changes in intellectual property norms, some small and subtle, others blunt and aggressive, nearly of all of which favor big corporate right holders, and undermine the public’s freedom to use knowledge.


Des ALE avec la Chine, le Vietnam et la Nouvelle-Zélande avant la fin de l’année ? | 16-October-2014

La Corée du Sud a indiqué ce jeudi qu’elle s’efforcerait de conclure des accords de libre-échange (ALE) avec la Chine, le Vietnam et la Nouvelle-Zélande d’ici à la fin de cette année.


Europe: un accord commercial avec le Kenya | 16-October-2014

Le Kenya a signé un Accord de partenariat économique (APE) avec l’Union européenne (UE), qui permet aux exportateurs locaux de fleurs coupées et de produits horticoles de reprendre le commerce, a déclaré, mardi, le ministère des Affaires étrangères.


Vietnam to spend nearly $5bn on meat, animal feed material imports in 2014 | 16-October-2014

Vietnam is forecast to spend as much as US$4.5 billion on imports of animal feed material, plus another $400 million on cattle and poultry meat shipments this year, a trend that will grow under TPP.


US, Sri Lanka sign trade and investment agreement to boost bilateral trade | 16-October-2014

Sri Lanka and the United States inked a joint trade and investment agreement on Wednesday in Colombo.


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Key issues
  • Australia shouldn’t sacrifice food safety standards for free trade | 23-October-2014
  • Stronger plant variety protection may threaten the right to food | 22-October-2014
  • Big Tobacco puts Uruguay on trial | 22-October-2014
  • Intellectual property protection is hurting Ebola victims | 21-October-2014
  • Indonesia challenges Australian cigarette packaging laws | 16-October-2014
  • The Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership: A brief history of an agenda for corporate plunder | 15-October-2014
  • recent multimedia

    Drafts and done deals
  • EU-Singapore FTA - draft investment chapter (Oct 2014) | 17-October-2014
  • TPP: draft IP chapter (May 2014) | 16-October-2014
  • EU-US FTA (TTIP) - EU negotiating mandate (2013) | 9-October-2014
  • EU-US FTA (TTIP) - draft EU chemicals offer (Sep 2014) | 2-October-2014
  • AÉCG UE-Canada (texte consolidé, sep 2014) | 30-September-2014
  • EU-Canada FTA (consolidated text, Sep 2014) | 26-September-2014
  • Links
  • RQIC | 22-September-2014
  • Stop TTIP-CETA-TiSA Day of Action 11Oct | 11-September-2014
  • TTIP-info-verkosto | 28-August-2014
  • TTIP-unfairhandelbar | 28-August-2014
  • TTIP Stoppen | 28-August-2014
  • #noTTIP | 28-August-2014

  • Comments
    Guatemalan court suspends "Monsanto Law" | 25-October-2014
    Toni: Good for you for standing up to Corporate Greed. Keep your people safe from the ooison they are trying to feed you. 1/2 of my family in the US has gotten cancer, all different kinds, all parts of the country. Don't let them bring it to you. It& ...
    TTIP Day One | 25-October-2014
    Spielburg: Brilliant video, if these types of deals are for the benefit of society, why must they be done in the dark? Do they think all people are stupid sheeple and must be treated as sheep? These big corporations are too big and too controlling. This needs ...
    Guatemalan court suspends "Monsanto Law" re: growing unauthorised seed | 25-October-2014
    M.G.: Countersue ! YES! They, (monsanto) just jumped your fence, and PLANTED THEIR SEEDS ON YOUR LAND! That is called TRESPASSING! You did not invite them, and they just did major harm by poisoning YOUR LAND. FRIKKING DO SOMETHING!!!!
    Guatemalan court suspends "Monsanto Law" | 25-October-2014
    Tom J. Deiters: I like to point out that it is the indigenous people of Mexico and Central American (predominantly called: The Maya) who more then 3000 years ago were able to hybridize two indigenous grasses into what is now called Maize (corn). It is a horrendous ...
    Guatemalan court suspends "Monsanto Law" | 25-October-2014
    Charles Batten: Not ONLY inHUMANE, it is CRIMINAL for monsanto to seek to patent property 'rights' over plant varieties. ESPECIALLY as they will NOT be exercising due control of the CONTANIMATION to other plants which WILL spread from 'their' do ...
    Guatemalan court suspends "Monsanto Law" re: growing unauthorised seed | 25-October-2014
    Toni: Corporations have deep pockets and an army of lawyers; individuals from a poor village don't stand a chance because they don't have the means to fight.
    Guatemalan court suspends "Monsanto Law" | 25-October-2014
    Jan Yttereng: Monsato should ask themselves why they sell seeds. Is it because the seeds are used to reproduce and multiply itself? Monsato may have patented the original seed, but I don't see how they have patented what happens next? Did they invent growing ...
    Guatemalan court suspends "Monsanto Law" | 25-October-2014
    Chris Clark: Anton, if you look up the term 'psychopaths', you will find a large part of the answer to your question.

    TTIP Day One | 16-Oct-2014

    TTIP Jour Un | 16-Oct-2014

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