MPs voice concerns about secrecy of TTIP negotiations

Sunday 15 March 2015 | 15:38 CET | News
The House of Commons Environmental Audit Committee has issued a report raising concerns about the lack of transparency in the US-EU negotiations for the Trans-Atlantic Trade & Investment Partnership (TTIP), the Guardian Reports. The committee also questioned the nature of the Investor-State Dispute Settlement (ISDS) measure, which allows foreign firms to sue the EU and/or member states if they pass laws affecting their future profits. The report was welcomed by the Open Rights Group (ORG). The committee is concerned that the secretive nature of the TTIP negotiations makes it impossible to

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