TTIP : Eldorado des lobbyistes

Quelles sont les entreprises qui ont le plus fait campagne en faveur du traité commercial TTIP / TAFTA entre les États-Unis et l'UE ? Qui influence les négociateurs de l’Union européenne ? Les nouvelles données apportées par CEO et Sum of Us lèvent le voile sur les lobbys qui se cachent derrière les négociations sur le TTIP / TAFTA.

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