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It’s Difficult To Consider Mexico a Third Party to the TTIP Agreement

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Speaking at the European Forum Alpbach Juan José Gomez Camacho Ambassador, Permanent Representation of Mexico to the EU, discussed Mexico’s unique position regarding the TTIP agreement. In his introductory remarks at the GED sponsored “How to Make TTIP Inclusive for All”, Gomez Camacho noted that Mexico’s position as a major U.S. trading partner and NAFTA signatory, means TTIP will have an enhanced impact on this developing country, both positive and negative.

 

See his full remarks in this short video.

 

 

 

For further videos from the fascinating TTIP panel in Alpbach, see here the statement from Dr. Christian Brugsmueller, Expert in the Cabinet of EU Trade Commissioner Cecilia Malmström, on TTIP and developing countries or the remarks from WTO Chief Economist Robert Koopman on TTIP an the WTO’s role in trade governance.

 

And if you are interested in reading more on TTIP’s potential effects on third countries, don’t miss our new TTIP study on potential winners and losers in developing countries.