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Ombudsman complaint on secrecy in TTIP talks

On Monday, 19 January, CEO, together with Friends of the Earth Europe, Client Earth, the European Federation of Journalists and the European Environmental Bureau submitted a complaint to the European Ombudsman regarding maladministration at the European Commission of an access to information request about the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP).

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