Resentment Rising on US-EU Trade Talks
by Tom McGregor    Sat, Oct 11, 2014, 01:08 AM

Trade negotiations between the United States and European Union are not succeeding.

According to the BBC News, "There are rising concerns in Europe over negotiations to liberalise trade with the United States. The project, the Trans-Atlantic Trade and Investment Partnership, or TTIP, aims to remove a wide range of barriers to bilateral commerce."

Anti-globalist activists intend to launch massive protest movements against the TTIP.

As reported by the BBC, "Opponents are planning demonstrations and protests across Europe on Saturday, with large numbers of events in Germany, France, Spain and Italy. In Britain, events are planned in at least 15 cities and towns."

U.S. Chamber of Commerce Chairman Tom J. Donohue is promoting the TTIP.

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