Professor Stiglitz addressing TPP negotiators in New York in January 2015.
Video about the proposed regulatory cooperation chapter of the possible EU-US trade deal.
Top representatives from the German automobile industry met in Berlin to voice their support for TTIP. The controversial deal could save them billions of euros per year.
A broad alliance of farmers, ethical consumers, and anti-capitalist activists staged a march through Berlin that numbered up to 50,000, to denounce the proposed TTIP treaty between the US and EU, and mass farming technologies.
US Senator Bernie Sanders (I-VT) and others, are demanding that trade representatives turn over a full text of the TPP trade agreement.
A high level panel discussion on TTIP organised by BEUC, FOEE and AK Europa (video)
The film explains how the settlement works and why it endangers necessary governmental rescue measures in financial crises as occurred in Greece, Cypress and Argentina.
A Greens-EFA Group in the European Parliament conference on 10 December 2014
9 December in the European Parliament in Brussels, organised by GUE/NL
The tenth anniversary of the Bolivarian Alliance for the People of Our America was commemorated by Panamanians who aspire to participate in this project for economic, social and cultural integration, which seeks to improve quality of life for its people.
Afshin Rattans of Russia Today interviews Kristinn Hrafnsson on the role of WikiLeaks around the secret TTIP, TPP and TiSA negotiations.
The UK PM promises to launch what he calls ‘rocket boosters’ under a new deal between the EU and America. Not everyone is convinced about this. Nick Dearden joins RTUK for more.
A public online teach-in with representatives from several digital rights groups based in Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) countries who share their analysis of the latest leaked text and lay out the current state of play of the negotiations
Leaked TTIP negotiating documents show that the EU is trying to protect European banks from strong American financial regulations.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel says she is in favour of a free trade agreement between New Zealand and the European Union.
Video from Action Station New Zealand
People in 17 centres across New Zealand voiced their opposition yesterday to the Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement (TPPA).
There’s been an outcry in New Zealand against secretive Transpacific Partnership trade talks, with thousands joining rallies around the country.
One of the most controversial parts of the TPP is the changes to copyright and Intellectual Property rights that would affect how we share and collaborate online.
Jennifer Baker is joined by Richard More O’Ferrall, spokesperson for the Greens Group, to discuss the future of trade negotiations between the European Union and United States under the new Juncker Commission.