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TTIP documents released by the European Commission

The New York Times has exposed how European Commission officials in meetings with big business lobbyists discussed demands by BusienssEurope and the US Chamber of Commerce to get a formal role in 'regulatory cooperation' to emerge from a future EU-US trade agreement (TTIP). You can read the documents ('released in error' following freedom-of-information requests) here:

-BusinessEurope & Chamber of Commerce proposal on regulatory cooperation

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