Thursday, November 21, 2013

Optimism remains for TTIP but...

"We will have had three rounds of negotiations in 2013, but there are some very difficult issues which have to be worked through. The process has to be negotiated, enacted and then implemented, and this can go quickly or take a long time. For instance, with the Dominican Republic – Central America Free Trade Agreement, it was negotiated, and then it was over a year before Congress voted on it because it was controversial, but then it took over three years to implement it completely," said David Trumbull in a recent interview with World Textile Information Network, based in the United Kingdom. The full article, titled "Optimism remains for TTIP but negotiations could be drawn" is available free online (however you need to register with WTiN) at

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