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TTIP Is Just One Step in the Larger Free Trade Agenda

Picture by Philipp NadererPicture by Philipp Naderer

 

Author of our new GED TTIP study on potential winners and losers in developing countries, Professor Gabriel Felbermayr from the Ifo Institute spoke on this topic at the GED sponsored “How to Make TTIP Inclusive for All” panel at the European Forum Alpbach. Dr. Felbermayr emphasized that while the result of TTIP may be third country winners and losers, TTIP is one piece of the larger pattern of growth of free trade Agreements.

 

See his full remarks in this short video.

 

 

 

For further interesting expert opinions on the topic, see here the statement from the Mexican Ambassador Juan Jose Gomez Camacho on Mexico’s unique position regarding the TTIP agreement or the remarks from Christian Burgsmueller, Expert in the Cabinet of EU Trade Commissioner Cecilia Malmström, on TTIP and developing countries.