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Global Europe: An Open Door Policy for Big BusinessNew research from CEO reveals the close involvement of the European employers' federation, BusinessEurope, in drawing up the Global Europe trade strategy. CEO's new report highlights how BusinessEurope representatives were given privileged access in the preparations of the strategy, with exclusive meetings with former Trade Commissioner Mandelson and top officials from DG Trade. New research from CEO reveals the close involvement of the European employers' federation, BusinessEurope, in drawing up the Global Europe trade strategy.

New research from CEO reveals the close involvement of the European employers' federation, BusinessEurope, in drawing up the Global Europe trade strategy. CEO's new report highlights how representatives from BusinessEurope were given privileged access in the preparations of the new strategy, with exclusive meetings with the former Trade Commissioner Peter Mandelson and top officials from DG Trade.

CEO has also written an open letter to Commission President Barroso to urge him to end the privileged access and big business capture of EU trade policy.

 

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